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Fabien Potencier
Symfony 2.1: The Doctrine bundle has moved to the Doctrine organization
by Fabien Potencier – January 02, 2012 – 13 comments

The Symfony2 DoctrineBundle has been moved to the Doctrine organization. This allows the bundle to be maintained in a more decoupled way from Symfony for several reasons:

  • No coupling of release cycles anymore;

  • Move code to the organization that actually maintains it;

  • Avoid Symfony suggesting Doctrine is the only way for persistence; Symfony wants to focus on providing the View and the Controller abstraction and not make suggestions about the Model.

The Symfony standard edition has been updated to reflect this change.

In your code, you will have to change references to the Doctrine classes; for instance, the Registry class must be changed from Symfony\Bundle\DoctrineBundle\Registry to Doctrine\Bundle\DoctrineBundle\Registry.

The DoctrineFixturesBundle, DoctrineMigrationsBundle and DoctrineMongoDBBundle are now maintained in the Doctrine organization as well; however forks have been created in the Symfony repository to make all the 2.0 apps out there backwards compatible (you just need to be check that your are using the 2.0 branch).

The new repositories are here:

You can find additional information about the move on the Doctrine blog.

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  • Loïc Chardonnet
    #1 Loïc Chardonnet said on the 2012/01/02 at 18:34
    This is a great move actually! No more confusion on Doctrine being the only ORM accepted by Symfony.

    What about the DoctrineBridge?
  • Fabien Potencier
    #2 Fabien Potencier said on the 2012/01/02 at 18:44
    The DoctrineBridge will stay in the Symfony repository (by the way, we also have a PropelBridge now). The main point of the bridges is to ease the integration of third-party code with Symfony.
  • Dmitry Bykadorov
    #3 Dmitry Bykadorov said on the 2012/01/02 at 20:23
    Can I use this in my Symfony 2.0.8 project? Or more reasonable to wait for 2.1 release?
  • Peter Kokot
    #4 Peter Kokot said on the 2012/01/02 at 23:10
    Thank you for the notice. I admire perfect organizing that is on of the key benefits of symfony.
  • Jérémy Romey
    #5 Jérémy Romey said on the 2012/01/03 at 08:51
    Good !!! Great !!! Thanks !!!
  • Jérôme Forêt
    #6 Jérôme Forêt said on the 2012/01/03 at 10:23
    Carefull !
    Symfony 2.0 is broken with last commit of SensioGeneratorBundle
  • Fabien Potencier
    #7 Fabien Potencier said on the 2012/01/03 at 12:47
    I have just created a 2.0 branch for the SensioGeneratorBundle. But if you are using the standard edition, just use the deps.lock file and you will be fine.
  • Clément Guillemain
    #8 Clément Guillemain said on the 2012/01/03 at 12:51
    @Jérôme Forêt: it's true, losing all the morning by trying to update my vendors... by using the 2.0.8 deps file !!!


    PHP Fatal error: Class 'Doctrine\Bundle\DoctrineBundle\Command\DoctrineCommand' not found in /xxxxxx/vendor/bundles/Sensio/Bundle/GeneratorBundle/Command/GenerateDoctrineCommand.php on line 18

    Trying with this new deps: https://github.com/symfony/symfony-standard/blob/5dee24eb280452fe46e76f99706c21ab417462ac/deps
    and this is the framework session which is broken...

    Many guys have the same problem: http://groups.google.com/group/symfony2/browse_thread/thread/9a3f00cde4fe2bfd/72ab99ec44df02c3?show_docid=72ab99ec44df02c3
  • Clément Guillemain
    #9 Clément Guillemain said on the 2012/01/03 at 13:14
    @Fabien Potencier: your solution is working, thanks ;)
  • Simon Mitterhofer
    #10 Simon Mitterhofer said on the 2012/01/03 at 14:49
    I've already read about the PropelBridge a couple of weeks ago and that it is allready in the master branch. I've looked into symfony 2.0.8 but i couldn't find it. In which version the PropelBridge will be available? Thanks
  • kor3k kor3k
    #11 kor3k kor3k said on the 2012/01/04 at 14:31
    hello

    i have the same question as Dmitry Bykadorov. approximately when is 2.1 coming out?
  • Sandy Moreno
    #12 Sandy Moreno said on the 2012/01/05 at 05:20
    No doubts. Is a general question: When is 2.1 coming out?
  • Tigran Azatyan
    #13 Tigran Azatyan said on the 2012/02/01 at 17:23
    Thanks to all developers, which developing symfony. it's excellence framework