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symfony 1.0.13 is out

symfony 1.0.13 has been released to fix an important bug in the tag helper.

Strings were incorrectly escaped due to the change r7900 the 1.0.12 release. The missing regression test has now been added and the bug is fixed. The 1.1 branche has also been updated.

Here is the changelog : 

* r8176: Fixes #3206 - Simple quotes are no more escaped by Tag helper escaping
* r8045: 1.0: added warning to sfPropelUniqueValidator (refs #2467)

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pear install -f symfony/symfony
pear install -f symfony/symfony-beta
installs this version...
@Lars: Due the way PEAR works, to install the 1.1.0, you must do something like this:

pear install symfony/symfony-1.1.0beta2
Hi. There is no r7900 in the 1.0.12 changelog. Is it normal ?

In Ubuntu 7.10 no problem - pear loads correctly. On my dev box (Debian) its stubborn and will only install the beta. To resolve this I freeze my symfony on my ubuntu box - and then commit to my repositry.
The Debian package has been released friday the 4th.

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