symfony 0.6.3RC1 release
The new beta release 0.7.1500 achieves the 0.6.3 milestone since all the bugs that were affected to this milestone have been fixed.
If no regression or important bug is discovered in this release, it will become the 0.6.3 and be tagged as stable within a day or two. This means that the 0.7.1500 can be considered as a 0.6.3RC1, and we recommend that all symfony developers upgrade and test this release.
$ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-beta
Note that this release contains a modification which may break backward compatibility in some cases: The action method names are now case sensitive. This means that when a user makes a request for an action called
listUsers, symfony looks for a method called
executeListUsers in the actions file and return 404 if no such method exist. This change was necessary to close a security breach (see ticket #466). We recommend that you launch an automated test on all existing hyperlinks in your symfony applications, and that you keep an eye on the 404 reports in your server logs after the upgrade.
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