Plugins for symfony 1.3/1.4
With the final release of symfony 1.3.0 and symfony 1.4.0 being tomorrow, I spent some time today releasing new versions of the major symfony plugins.
The five most popular symfony plugins are now available and packaged for symfony 1.3 and 1.4:
sfDoctrineGuardPlugin(PEAR package coming soon)
As for any other plugin, these can be installed via the
symfony CLI tool:
$ php symfony plugin:install sfFormExtraPlugin
And of course, you can also use the subversion branches/tags. As symfony 1.3 is mostly compatible with symfony 1.2, most plugins already work without any change, even if they do not have a PEAR package available specifically for symfony 1.3/1.4.
When updating your projects to symfony 1.3/1.4, you should ensure that your
plugins don't break. The
project:validate task scans both your applications
and the installed plugins, so it will tell you if there is any problem with
your selection of plugins. If you find some, please report them to the
plugins' authors, so that the whole community work together to ease the
migration to the newest version of the framework.
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