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Fabien Potencier
All symfony 1.x versions available on Github
by Fabien Potencier – October 25, 2011 – 3 comments

symfony1 is well and alive and many developers are now using it for projects hosted on Git. But as the official symfony 1 repository is hosted on Subversion, it's not always easy to get things versioned easily.

As of today, this becomes much more easier. If you are using Git and symfony1, you can now use the official symfony1 Git clone.

This repository has branches for all symfony versions: 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4. And if you are looking for a specific symfony1 version, get any of the current 73 referenced tags.

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    #1 Michal said on the 2011/10/25 at 23:19
    Hi,

    That's great news. Thanks for creating that tree!

    BTW. Why there is no test directory in the repo?

    Best regards,
    Michal
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    #2 Pierre-Yves said on the 2011/10/28 at 11:31
    Hi Michal,

    In fact, the Git repository is not a clone based on the SVN repository. It contains a commit for every tarball available on the symfony website.

    And if you look into those tarballs, you'll see there is no test folder. I assume Fabien removes it on purpose.
  • Edwin Ibarra
    #3 Edwin Ibarra said on the 2011/11/30 at 10:55
    excellent... git is a great way to maintain the code.