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A week of symfony #62 (3->9 march 2008)

Development of symfony 1.1 continues at fast pace. This week, helpers have been moved back in lib/ directory as they won't be converted to classes for symfony 1.1. Moreover, the way sfViewCacheManager deals with internal cache keys has been improved.

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Development highlights

  • r7722: [1.1] removed sfContext dependency for sfResponse
  • r7723: [1.1] added sfWebResponse::merge(), rename sfWebResponse::mergeProperties() to sfWebResponse::copyProperties(), added response in partial serialization (not used for now)
  • r7724: [1.1] changed sfWebResponse::*PartialCache() signatures
  • r7725: [1.1] fixed caching of partial and components (now with css, js, and slots support) (closes #2685)
  • r7726: [1.1] moved partial and component cache management to sfPartialView
  • r7733: [1.1] added a removeJavascript and removeStylesheet method to sfWebResponse (including unit tests)
  • r7741: [1.1] fixed routing cache when using default parameters such as sf_culture
  • r7742: [1.1] fixed propel tasks when using plugins
  • r7746: [1.1] fixed sfWidgetFormPropelSelect choices when cloning the widget
  • r7757: [1.1] moved back helpers in lib/ as they won't be converted to classes for 1.1
  • r7758: [1.1] added a flash notice in admin generator _list_messages.php (closes #2065)
  • r7759, r7760: [1.0, 1.1] fixed propel:build-model from propel:build-schema xml-file fails (closes #2712)
  • r7762, 7763: [1.0, 1.1] fixed web debug toolbar segfaults PHP when debugging using xdebug
  • r7764, r7765: [1.0, 1.1] fixed init-* tasks for Subversion on Windows, GIT, and Mercurial (closes #2506)
  • r7766: [1.1] added a 'rsync-dir' option to the project:deploy task (closes #3032)
  • r7769: [1.0, 1.1] Etag was not checking correctly the enclosing quotes (fixes #3065)
  • r7776: [1.1] added a content_type option to sfWebResponse
  • r7777: [1.1] changed auto_shutdown default value to be true for all factories by default, added a load_configuration option to sfRouting, renamed cache key for routing to avoid conflicts
  • r7778: [1.1] moved task registration to sfCommandApplication
  • r7779: [1.1] change sfRouting::generate() signature to allow optional parameter value
  • r7787: [1.1] Changed the way sfViewCacheManager deals with internal cache keys
    • sfViewCacheManager::remove() accepts URIs with wildcards for any type of cache and is totally cache engine agnostic (works with sfFileCache, sfSQLiteCache, sfMemcacheCache, etc.)
    • It is now possible to empty partial cache selectively
    • It is now possible to empty contextual partial cache selectively
    • It is possible to empty cache for all hosts and vary headers
  • Updated dwhittle branch: tweaked exception handling (to catch early exceptions better), fixed cache:generate + cache:optimize tasks
  • ...and many other changes

Development digest: 69 changesets, 23 defects created, 20 defects closed, 8 enhancements created, 8 enhancements closed, 4 documentation defects created, 2 documentation defects closed and 9 documentation edits.

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  • New plugins
    • sfDocTestPlugin: adds DocTest support for symfony
    • sfSubversionPlugin: adds two tasks (svn-checkout-plugin and svn-add-external-plugin) for installing plugins from Subversion repositories and symlink to the project web directory
  • Updated plugins

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  • Lyriance: (french, english) website of the french web agency Lyriance
  • Indonesia's Classified Ads Community (currently in beta status)
  • JobShuk: a marketplace connecting the world with English-speaking freelancers, small businesses, and service providers based in Israel for your outsourcing or tourist needs

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