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symfony 1.0.2 is released

I released symfony 1.0.2 yesterday. As for every 1.0.X release, there is no new feature, just some bug fixes.

Here are all bugs fixed in this release:

  • r3785: fixed getCookies() call in sfDebug when using sfConsoleResponse (#1666)
  • r3775: fixed _compute_public_path() when using a query string
  • r3754: updated Propel to 1.2.1 (
  • r3746: fixed output escaping and _get_object_list() (#1593)
  • r3699: fixed highlight_text() doesn't work with / (#1621)
  • r3692: fixed i18n support for errors in sfRequest

Propel has been upgraded to 1.2.1. It fixes some small bugs in the Propel templates, so you have to rebuild your model:

symfony propel-build-model

As for every 1.0.X release, after upgrading to 1.0.2, don't forget to clear the cache of your projects.

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Does pear upgrade work?

#shell$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony
Nothing to upgrade
#shell$ symfony -V
symfony version 1.0.1
And pear upgrade-all ?
It works fine for me
very nice
Thank you Fabien POTENCIER for such a great growth of symfony
Just upgraded on a fairly large project and all looks fine here.

antonio, I upgraded using "pear upgrade ..." without issue. In the past though I have had some issues with something like that - I did a "pear uninstall ..." first, then installed Symfony again.
Antonio, I had the same problem. Upgrade-all didn't work either. Using "pear upgrade -f symfony/symfony" did the trick.
I must be missing something too...

pear upgrade - nothing to update
pear upgrade-all - nothing to update
pear channel-update - up to date

If I use -f it starts downloading 1.0.1.

Used pear clear-cache and tried again - the same thing.

Any ideas?

In my experience the only thing to do is to wait.
Maybe a transparent caching proxy is the problem? Because pear remote-list displays 1.0.2.

Well, I connected via another gateway trough which I haven't used pear. It still didn't want to upgrade via pear upgrade symfony/symfony, but -f did the job. This time 1.0.2 was downloaded.

So, I think all these problems could be because of a transparent cache of some small response/file from pear's system.


The Changelog for PEAR 1.5.3 tells
Fix Bug #10771: upgrade-all/upgrade will not upgrade non-PEAR channels [cellog]

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