symfony 1.1.5 released

The new 1.1.5 maintenance version of symfony has just been released today. Here's the changelog:

  • The sfValidatorAnd and sfValidatorOr validators are now required by default, which is the normal expected behavior (see ticket #4877)
  • The response time when using the command line interface has been decreased, especially under Microsoft® Windowsâ„¢ (see ticket #4882)
  • The symfony cache:clear command was broken and didn't allow to clear the global cache, and is now fixed (see ticket #4614)
  • symfony could use another local installation of Propel: this has been fixed (see ticket #4650)
  • A bug which preventing from handling large numbers using sfNumberFormat has been fixed (see ticket #4521)
  • The HTTP version used to send the response in in the sfWebResponse class can now be configured in the factories.yml configuration file (see ticket #4578)
  • We also fixed a bug which prevented from using the cache with the with_layout option and the web_debug setting turned on at the same time (see ticket #4514)

As usual, please upgrade your existing projects by updating the reference to the 1.1.5 subversion tag or by running the PEAR upgrade command:

$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.1.5

If you use the stable branch from our SVN repository, just run the svn update command to upgrade your project.

Last but not least, dont forget to clear your cache by running the symfony cache:clear command ;-)

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I ran into a few ownership problems when I ran symfony cache:clear.

chown files seemed to do the trick to take care of this.
The "chunked" transfer encoding of HTTP 1.1 bug has been corrected, this version, so great for people surfing on symfony's sites behind a squid proxy !
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