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Posted on by Cameron Tod.

Thanks!

That's probably not the best example of module overrides. You're right, you're much better off to fix your site and get it right rather than band aiding it as I do in the example.

I worked on a project where we had some required modules that did not live in sites/all or /profiles, and had to be in each site-specific folder. It implemented some things with features and also custom install and update hooks which set various settings and configurations. It worked well for us in that case.

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