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Symfony 2.1.0 RC1 released

Almost exacty a year after the release of Symfony 2.0, I'm excited to announce the immediate availability of Symfony 2.1.0 RC1. Publishing the first release candidate today means that Symfony 2.1 won't have any other significant changes; we are going to only accept bug fixes from now on and if everything goes fine, expect the final release soon.

After upgrading (see below), run the web/config.php script from your browser and the app/check.php script from the CLI to check if your PHP environment is setup properly. As we have added new checks, you might find some stuff to tweak.

Due to a bug in PHP 5.4 and APC, we highly recommend you to upgrade Composer to its latest version to avoid any difficult to track bugs:

$ composer.phar self-update

If you have already upgraded to beta4, have a look at the changes you need to make to upgrade to RC1.

If you have not tried to upgrade yet, first read the UPGRADE file that comes with Symfony Standard Edition, then the UPGRADE file that comes with Symfony.

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Congratulations to the team and contributors =) hope to see the final version soon!
The only thing I recognized was that I had to remove the framework.router.strict_parameters from the config. Is there any replacement or is removing sufficient?
Sebastian, replace parameter to "strict_requirements"
Great news !
I had the same issue with strict_parameters, when upgrading from beta version. I replaced it with strict_requirements and it works fine.
Excellent to stay up to date,
there have been months of hard work and results are eagerly awaited by all the great Symfony Community

... enjoy the code;)
This is really excellent, great work!
At first, I was hesitant about symfony2.1, after all I had issues with 1.x - some companies didn't upgrade to newer versions.

However I have to say symfony2.1 is awesome. A GREAT step in the right direction for symfony2, my favourite new feature is the improved debug bar and the restructured forms.
Update in progress, thank you!
It is really good news from the morning :)
Upgraded from Beta4 to RC1, all smooth from here thanks.
Congrats!!!
Thanks guys for working so hard!
Congratulation,
Great Work :)
Good job, sadly it's impossible to use 2.1 RC on Win 7
"Neither property "path" nor method "getPath()" nor method "isPath()" exists in class "Sensio\Bundle\DistributionBundle\Configurator\Step\DoctrineStep"
500 Internal Server Error - InvalidPropertyException"
When trying to configure the fresh install.

Upgrading is still fine tho.
Mike, i have the same error pls any fix?
It's not related to Win7, I have same error on Ubuntu.
http://forum.symfony-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=44568
Ivan, the only fix is to manually edit your parameters.yml file, no other work around afaik.

Tip:
When you do an RC, the first thing you should check is if you can install the damn thing...
@Ivan:
https://github.com/sensio/SensioDistributionBundle/pull/56

my fix for the moment :)
You are great, congratulations, thanks.
Great work, just upgrade to 2.1RC1 from 2.0.16

Only have a problem when clear cache.
Is this function still work in version 2.1?

{% javascripts output='bundles/aicmap/js/*.js' filter='?yui_js'
'@AicMapBundle/Resources/public/js/aic/map/control/*'
%}

{% endjavascripts %}

I got problem when dump file for prod env:

[RuntimeException]
The source file "/Users/ndtoan/Projects/allincarto/src/Aic/MapBundle/Resources/public/js/aic/map/control" does not exist.

While I have some js files in control:

ll /Users/ndtoan/Projects/allincarto/src/Aic/MapBundle/Resources/public/js/aic/map/control

total 48
drwxr-xr-x 6 ndtoan staff 204 Aug 6 21:56 .
drwxr-xr-x 8 ndtoan staff 272 Aug 6 21:56 ..
-rw-r--r-- 1 ndtoan staff 8044 Aug 6 21:56 COverviewMap.js
-rw-r--r-- 1 ndtoan staff 3629 Aug 6 21:56 cLayerLoading.js
-rw-r--r-- 1 ndtoan staff 8083 Aug 6 21:56 cPanZoomBar.js
-rw-r--r-- 1 ndtoan staff 745 Aug 6 21:56 cSelectFeature.js
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