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symfony 1.3.11 and 1.4.11

We've released these fast-follow versions to address a regression that was introduced when we switched the version of Doctrine bundled in symfony to the latest security release. The Doctrine 1.2.4 tag does not include an unreleased fix to multiple database management that we had included in symfony 1.3.9 and 1.4.9. These new releases bundle the Doctrine library from the current master branch on GitHub via a new Subversion mirror (which you can checkout here).

How to Upgrade

If you've checked out a copy of the tag from Subversion you can switch to the latest version:

// symfony 1.3
$ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_3_11

// symfony 1.4
$ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_4_11

If you are using the PEAR package you can update using the pear command:

// symfony 1.3
$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.3.11

// symfony 1.4
$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.4.11
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Would it be possible to get info about new release also on symfony-users and symfony-dev ml's? Simple message "heads up - symfony x.y.z released" and link to announcement on the blog. Additional mailing list notice would be very welcome because most people visit this blog just to read latest "A week of symfony" :)

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