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Fabien Potencier
Symfony 2.0.7 released
by Fabien Potencier – December 08, 2011 – 8 comments

Symfony 2.0.7 has just been released.

The CHANGELOG has all the details about the changes done in this release and you can also have a look at the full diff.

If you are starting a new project, you can get the Symfony Standard Edition distribution on the download page.

If you already have a project based on the Symfony Standard Edition 2.0.x, you can easily upgrade to 2.0.7 by getting the new deps and deps.lock files.

Then, run the vendors script:

$ ./bin/vendors install

And don't forget to clear your cache:

$ php ./app/console cache:clear

Remember that the Symfony2 Components are also available as standalone libraries. You can get them via their dedicated read-only repositories on Github ( for instance), install them via PEAR (pear install symfony2/Finder), or even install them via Composer.

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  • Vazgen Manukyan
    #1 Vazgen Manukyan said on the 2011/12/08 at 16:39
    Great news!
  • Olivier Dolbeau
    #2 Olivier Dolbeau said on the 2011/12/08 at 16:40
    When will this PR ( be available? :(
  • Rich Sage
    #3 Rich Sage said on the 2011/12/08 at 16:57
    Good news :-) it's great to see so many regular releases of Symfony!
  • Benoît Merlet
    #4 Benoît Merlet said on the 2011/12/08 at 18:02
    Thanks a lot for the good work! Are you going to tag v2.0.7 on the components repositories ?
  • Laurynas Mališauskas
    #5 Laurynas Mališauskas said on the 2011/12/08 at 21:22
    At last the irritating Doctrine cache bug is fixed!
  • Xavier Montaña Carreras
    #6 Xavier Montaña Carreras said on the 2011/12/08 at 23:58
    and Twig 1.4! Excelent!!!
  • Leo P
    #7 Leo P said on the 2011/12/14 at 03:47
    I can't understand why the --path parameter is now required for
    doctrine:generate:entities, what's a good reason for it not to
    default to the bundle directory now?
  • Jeroen van den Enden
    #8 Jeroen van den Enden said on the 2011/12/22 at 03:01
    Always happy to welcome a new release :)