symfony 1.3.7 & 1.4.7
The symfony team is happy to announce the immediate availability of symfony versions 1.3.7 and 1.4.7. These releases include a number of bug fixes as well as a Doctrine update and updates to some translations files. Read on for the details.
The bundled version of Doctrine has been updated to the latest release from the Doctrine 1.2 branch. Read more about this release on the Doctrine blog.
Using a Compiled Version of Doctrine
The symfony core is now compatible with a compiled version of the Doctrine library. The Doctrine compiler, which merges many of that library's core classes into one file, can provide a modest boost in performance by decreasing the number of file reads necessary for processing a request.
If you use sfTaskExtraPlugin in your project, you can easily run the Doctrine compiler using the
You can read about the other minor fixes in the changelog.
How to Upgrade
If you've checked out a copy of the tag from Subversion you can
the latest version:
// symfony 1.3 $ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_3_7 // symfony 1.4 $ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_4_7
If you are using the PEAR package you can update using the
// symfony 1.3 $ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.3.7 // symfony 1.4 $ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.4.7
Have you upgraded to 1.4?
As I've mentioned in an earlier release announcement and has been
documented on the symfony site since its release, version 1.3 is going to
reach the end of its support period in November. If you haven't upgraded your
1.3 project to 1.4, now is the time. You can start by running the
project:validate task and then ping the community via the symfony-users
mailing list or on the IRC #symfony channel with any questions.
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