symfony 1.2.2 - Doctrine service release

The symfony team sat together on a bugfixing day on Tuesday, resulting in over 40 closed tickets for 1.2.2. Pretty much for a bug-fix release. So wait no more, symfony 1.2.2 is now available. The main bugfixes included in it take care of issues in the sfDoctrinePlugin and its admin generator. We also include the fresh Doctrine 1.0.6 release, so you are getting the newest and best support for your favorite ORM.

The other batch of bug fixes takes care of Form framework related issues, like file uploads or presets, and some testing facilities were fixed.

If you use neither Doctrine nor the Form framework, a few performance improvements which were put into symfony for 1.2.2 might be of interest for you. Especially Ticket #5356 could be of interest for users with many small files cached. Feel free to run the tests on your box and append your results to the ticket.

The whole list of closed tickets can be found in the Trac Roadmap for 1.2.2 or the Changelog file

Upgrade

Please upgrade your existing projects by updating the reference to the 1.2.2 subversion tag or by running the PEAR upgrade command:

$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.2.2

If you use the 1.2 branch from our SVN repository, just run the svn update command to upgrade your project.

Last but not least, don't forget to clear your cache by running for doctrine:

$ php symfony doctrine:build-model
$ php symfony doctrine:build-forms
$ php symfony doctrine:build-filters
$ php symfony cache:clear

or when using propel:

$ php symfony propel:build-model
$ php symfony propel:build-forms
$ php symfony propel:build-filters
$ php symfony cache:clear

and enjoy your shiny new symfony 1.2.2!

symfony 1.3

As a side task, I created the symfony 1.3 branch, which will now be the main development stream. Kris Wallsmith will be taking over the responsibility for this branch, I will try to keep 1.2 in a good shape.

Comments

Awesome. I appreciate all the hard work that goes into Symfony.

What are the plans for 1.3? Any new features?
The performance issues discussed on the ticket are really interesting.

Functions matter!
That's great! I think i've just found some time to migrate to Doctrine :)
Good news!
The main advantage of symfony is community... but this community is devided into two (mb more) parts (propel vs doctrine).

Now doctrine is seems to becoming the main ORM for symfony, isn't it?
Hi all

Does anybody know where I can find a comparison of these two ORMs (propel vs doctrine)?

Regards
http://phplightorm.wiki.sourceforge.net/LightOrm+vs+Propel+vs+Doctrine+benchmark
This seems to break sfDoctrineActAsTaggablePlugin with errors regarding Form Validation. Any ideas what changes in this release could be causing this, ive cleared caches and rebuilt the doctrine generated classes. Going back to 1.2 fixes the errors.
Kind Regards,
David
I tried it but the doctrine pager didn't work :( Get back to 1.2.1 and everything is fine.
@sylvain Can you create a ticket and include some information about what you are trying to do?

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