symfony 1.3.4 and 1.4.4
The symfony team is happy to announce the immediate availability of symfony 1.3.4 and 1.4.4. These two maintenance releases address a number of bugs and are recommended updates for all symfony users.
Here are some of the more significant updates:
- Doctrine 1.2.2: These releases include the latest release from the Doctrine 1.2 branch.
- 304 Not Modified: An issue preventing symfony from sending 304 responses has been addressed.
form_tag(): This helper function was moved from the
Urlhelper in the 1.3 branch for parity with 1.4.
- Doctrine migration diffs: An autoloading issue with the
doctrine:generate-migration-difftask has been addressed.
- Shutting down Doctrine: Doctrine database connections are now properly closed during shutdown.
- Merging short-syntax schemas: Doctrine schemas that use any of the abbreviated syntaxes available are now compatible with the configuration cascade.
- Filtering on empty: The Doctrine form filter now checks for either
NULLor an empty string when the "is empty" checkbox is marked on text or number fields for better parity with its Propel counterpart.
How to Upgrade
If you've checked out a copy of the a tag from Subversion,
switch to the
// symfony 1.3 $ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_3_4 // symfony 1.4 $ svn switch http://svn.symfony-project.com/tags/RELEASE_1_4_4
If you are using the PEAR package you can update using the
// symfony 1.3 $ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.3.4 // symfony 1.4 $ pear upgrade symfony/symfony-1.4.4
Once that's complete, clear your project's cache.
$ php symfony cache:clear
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