Security Release: Symfony 2.1.0 RC2 released

I've just released the second release candidate for Symfony 2.1.0.

This release contains several security fixes related to the way XML is handled, and as such, we recommend everyone to upgrade. These issues have been also fixed in Symfony 2.0. Read the 2.0.17 announcement for more details.

After upgrading (see below), run the web/config.php script from your browser and the app/check.php script from the CLI to check if your PHP environment is setup properly. As we have added new checks, you might find some stuff to tweak.

If you have already upgraded to RC1, have a look at the changes you need to make to upgrade to RC2.

If you have not tried to upgrade yet, first read the UPGRADE file that comes with Symfony Standard Edition, then the UPGRADE file that comes with Symfony.

This is probably the last release candidate for Symfony 2.1.0. If everything goes fine, the final release will be published next week.

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> If everything goes fine, the final release will be published next week.
Fingers crossed!

Wish to start my new project with Symfony 2.1 :-)
Great news...

Waiting for the final release
Hirschler, you can use Symfony 2.1 since now! The release candidates are just for minimal bug fixies
I was already using RC1, and it was working great for me (except the configurator, which is fixed now).

Thanks for this release :)
I have been developing project using SF2.1 for last 6 months ^^
Great news :-) Off topic: Anyone know when the videos from Symfony Live Paris 2012 will be put up? We have been waiting for quite a while now. what's the hold up?
Don't wait the final release to start new project, composer was made for this purpose :)
Good news, thank you!

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