The end of symfony 1
Symfony 4 has been released a month ago; the latest major version of symfony 1 was released 8 years ago. Its end of life was reached 5 years ago.
Why a blog post about symfony 1 then? Because SensioLabs is still maintaining the symfony 1 infrastructure: mainly the subversion server and the plugin platform. I think it's time to move on and sunset the platform. We will shut down the Symfony 1 infrastructure at the end of February 2018. If there is enough interest, we will probably keep the API documentation and downloadable artefacts somewhere on symfony.com. But you won't be able to start new projects via Subversion or install new plugins. Note that existing projects won't be affected in any way.
Adieu symfony 1.
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