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Announcing the open-sourcing of the Symfony CLI

As announced during SymfonyWorld, the Symfony CLI code is now Open-Source. You can find the code on Github.

The code that I open-sourced today has evolved a lot since the fork from the proprietary code. The main differences are the following:

  • The auto-update code has been replaced by Goreleaser (we provide way more options now including Homebrew, deb, rpm, and Windows packages);
  • The new code supports Platform.sh out of the box (as the replacement for SymfonyCloud, which is not supported anymore);
  • Some libraries have been extracted (all under the Symfony CLI organization) as they might be useful on their own;
  • The code has been modernized and cleaned up from obsolete code.

Open-sourcing such a large code base took me many months of careful planning and work. I'm happy that the code is now open-source and I'm eager to see how you will contribute to make it better. There are so many changes I'd like to make that I would love to see how to see out great community at work.

Enjoy!

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Comments

Ow! Nice, thanks!!
Thank you! Why SymfonyCloud is not supported anymore?
@Valentin Because we are transitioning from SymfonyCloud to Platform.sh. Blog post coming soon.
@Fabien where did this decision come from?
Are you giving up SymfonyCloud altogether?
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