Final Release Candidates for symfony 1.3 and 1.4
Our marathon month of weekly releases continues apace with symfony versions 1.3.0-RC2 and 1.4.0-RC2 available for immediate download. These will be the last releases before stable versions drop next week. As always, if you haven't upgraded a project from 1.2 to 1.3 (or started a new one with 1.4) make it a present to yourself to do so now.
We're getting close to a stable release so I only have a few changes to report here. Checkout the What's New and Upgrade tutorials for more information, or read through the Deprecated report for the dirty details.
DQL on the CLI
doctrine:dql task got a little love this week. You can now run queries
through this task using PDO-style
? placeholders, passing parameters as
additional arguments. When combined with the new
--table option, the
doctrine:dql task is an attractive alternative to the standard database
shell when running queries from the CLI.
Better Backward Compatibility
A few changes were reverted for better backward compatibility with symfony 1.2. Most notably, the common filter is back and will no longer be removed by the project upgrade task. However, new projects will not use the filter as this is the recommended approach.
The symfony team is eager for your feedback as we come into the home stretch for these final two major releases on the 1.x branch.
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