Archives for 01/2012
A week of symfony #265 (23->29 January 2012)
– January 30, 2012
This week, time, logger and Doctrine collectors were tweaked and refactored. Meanwhile, the Form component fixed lots of bugs, specially with the improvements of ChoiceListInterface and its implementations.
A week of symfony #264 (16->22 January 2012)
– January 23, 2012
This week, Form and Validator were the most active components on the Symfony2 master branch. First, the CollectionValidator introduced new Optional and Required constraints. Second, the validation of form children was made configurable, meaning that child forms now aren't validated anymore by default (bc-break change).
A week of symfony #263 (9->15 January 2012)
– January 16, 2012
This week, Symfony2 master branch committed an important security-related and backwards-incompatible change: moved user comparison logic out of UserInterface. In addition, the winners of the first Symfony Community Awards were announced.
Announcing the winner of the first Symfony Community Awards
– January 12, 2012
The long awaited results of the first Symfony community awards are known. Congratulations if you are in the list!
A week of symfony #262 (2->8 January 2012)
– January 09, 2012
This week, the upcoming Symfony 2.1 version removed DoctrineBundle as it was migrated to the Doctrine organization. Meanwhile, Symfony2 components unveiled their brand-new documentation section. Lastly, Symfony 2.0.9 maintenance version was published to address some minor problems in 2.0.8.
Symfony 2.0.9 released
– January 06, 2012
Symfony 2.0.9 has just been released.
Learning about the Symfony Components
– January 05, 2012
We need your help! As a community, we've put a lot of work into the Symfony2 framework documentation. It's not perfect, but there's a lot of great resources. Now it's time to focus on documentation for the individual components.
Symfony 2.1: The Doctrine bundle has moved to the Doctrine organization
– January 02, 2012
The Symfony2 DoctrineBundle has been moved to the Doctrine organization.