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Unfortunately, the command line context does not know about your VirtualHost or domain name. This means that if if you generate absolute URLs within a Console Command you'll probably end up with something like http://localhost/foo/bar which is not very useful. To fix this, you need to configure the "request context", which is a fancy way of saying that you need to configure your environment so that it knows what URL it should use when generating URLs. There are two ways of configuring the request context: at the application level and per Command. Configuring the Request Context globally
The last revisions of Pomm 1.0.x did fix some serious limitations about the field content size in arrays or entities. It sounds Pomm can now handle content up to the maximum default size allowed by postgresql in a faster way. The 1.0 branch will now continue its life, only bugs and security issues will be fixed on this branch. This ensures the documentation to be up to date and you to be able to easily migrate from one minor to another without facing problems. In the same time, the master branch will add new features as there are already some requests pending in github.
Here we are. The long awaited results of the first Symfony Community Awards are here. Don't scroll down yet!
One of the strengths of Symfony2 lies in its components; they define the building blocks of the framework and they can be used as standalone libraries: For instance, Silex , a micro-framework for PHP 5.3, is based on the Symfony2 components; Sismo , a simple continuous testing server, has been built using many components as well. The Symfony2 components have been available on Git for quite some time now, and as of today, I'm really excited to announce that they are also installable via the brand new Symfony2 PEAR channel , powered by Pirum of course. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
A month ago, I announced that the final version of Symfony2 was delayed. At that time, we were eagerly waiting for the merge of the new form framework. And I can tell you that it was worth the wait. Bernhard has done a fantastic job and I'm confident that you will love the new version. All features of Symfony 2.0 are now available. That means that we can finally enter the long-awaited beta/RC release cycle that will eventually lead to the release of the shiny 2.0 version.
Recent release of Nginx 1.0.0 triggered me to refresh my knowledge about its configuration options. There were quite some additions since I looked in the docs for the last time. New variables and directives let me to simplify my configuration for Symfony projects (both 1.x and 2). Warning: Configurations published on the Internet usually suffer from the vulnerability which allows to run a non-PHP file as a PHP. More about the problem here: " Setting up PHP-FastCGI and nginx?
I often favor pragmatism over theory; probably because programming is how I earn a living but also because I don't have any computer science degree and what I know I've learned from my experience. In the recent months, there have been a lot of discussions in the PHP community about the usage of private over protected visibility for methods and properties in Open-Source libraries. To summarize my point of view:
Beside being a full-stack framework, Symfony is also a set of decoupled and standalone components. What is a Component? Symfony Components implement common features needed to develop websites.
Voici l’évolution du code source de symfony2 réalisé grâce à gource , ffmpef, pitivi et ubuntu ;) (Il est possible de voir la vidéo en HD) La ligne de commande qui a permit le résultat: gource --title "Symfony2" -s .25 --file-idle-time 600 --auto-skip-seconds 1 -1920x1080 --output-framerate 30 --stop-at-end --max-files 1000000 --bloom- multiplier 1.1 --bloom-intensity .25 --background 101010 --highlight-dirs --highlight-users --hide filenames,date,progress --output-ppm-stream - | nice -n19 ffmpeg -y -b 3000k -r 30 -f image2pipe -vcodec ppm -i - -vcodec libx264 -vpre hq -crf 22 -threads 0 symfony.avi <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>