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Support symfony inclusion in NetBeans
September 15, 2008 @ 12:04:53

Sun is trying to decide which of the PHP frameworks is wants to support in its next version of NetBeans. The symfony group wants you to vote for them if you're a fan of the framework and want to see the support included.

NetBeans, the open-source development environment sponsored by Sun, is planning to include support for PHP frameworks in its upcoming versions. As there are so many PHP frameworks, NetBeans developers have organized a public election to choose the two PHP frameworks that will be initially supported.

Instructions on how to vote are included (you will need to register to get to the voting form).

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