I have a Drupal 7 site with 3 themes enabled:
Foo is a custom theme for the front-end, located in
/sites/foo/themes/ and set as the default.
Adminimal and Shiny are both installed via
drush make into
drush pm-updatestatus disables the default 'Foo' theme.
$ drush pm-updatestatus Checking available update data ... [ok] Failed to check available update data for Foo settings. [ok] Checked available update data for Administration menu. [ok] ... Checked available update data for Adminimal. [ok] Checked available update data for Shiny. [ok] Failed to get available update data for one project. [error] Checked available update data for 64 projects. [status] Name Installed Version Proposed version Message Administration menu Adminimal Theme (adminimal_admin_menu) 7.x-1.6 7.x-1.7 Update available ... Adminimal (adminimal_theme) 7.x-1.21 7.x-1.24 Update available Shiny (shiny) 7.x-1.6 7.x-1.7 Update available
Failed to check available update data for Foo settings. &
Failed to get available update data for one project. [error] lines from the output clearly look relevant, but I'm struggling to identify the underlying cause.
With the Drush's
-d debug flag enabled the output includes this line before the
Failed to get update data for on project [error]:
Undefined index: foo theme.inc:100 [1.78 sec, 35.7 MB] [notice]
drush pm-list has the same effect.
Presumably there's something wrong with the declaration, or location of the Foo theme?
Checking the status report via the Drupal admin does not disable the Foo theme.
drush pm-list &
drush pm-updatestatus disable the default theme?