Symfony blog posts for December 2011
This week, the Symfony2 master branch focused on a big DoctrineBridge refactorization. In addition, the Filesystem class was moved to its own component. Lastly, the 2.0 branch was made compatible with the upcoming Twig 1.5 version.December 26, 2011 · Published in #A week of symfony
This week, Symfony2 development got a boost. Firstly, its 2.0.x branch fixed lots of fixes and added some tests. Meanwhile, the master branch added a new
kernel.terminate event and introduced a new memory spool for SwiftMailer that makes applications more responsive. Lastly, the 16th maintenance version of symfony 1.4 was published to address some minor bugs.
This week Symfony 2.0.7 was released, fixing some bugs and bumping the version of several components. That's the case of Twig, upgraded to its latest and greatest 1.4 version. Meanwhile, the master branch continued adding some minor but nice tweaks.December 12, 2011 · Published in #A week of symfony
This week, development activity focused on minor bug fixes. Meanwhile SensioLabs Connect added a cool feature to create private clubs. Lastly, the official Symfony2 code repository surpassed the 3,500th watcher milestone.December 5, 2011 · Published in #A week of symfony
This week, the official Symfony2 repository added support for the Travis distributed continuous integration server. In addition, Twig published a new release candidate version that includes a custom C extension to increase the runtime performance of Twig templates.December 4, 2011 · Published in #A week of symfony