Symfony 1.1.7 released
It's been a long time the symfony 1.1 branch hasn't had a maintenance release, so here comes this fresh 1.1.7 version with its bunch of bugfixes (remember that no new feature won't ever be added to a stable branch of symfony).
Most important fixed bugs are:
- fixed wrong method call in i18n directories structure handling (see related ticket)
- fixed form serialization when PDO is used as a session handler (see related ticket and Fabien's blog post about it)
- fixed problems could occur in mathematical operations when culture is different from
en_US.utf8(see related ticket)
lime_coverageincorrectly reports 0% test coverage on Windows platform (see related ticket)
- fixed issue with cache file corruption due to heavy load (see related ticket)
To upgrade your existing symfony 1.1 based projects, just run the following command:
$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.1.7
You can also use the 1.1.7 tag from the subversion repository.
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