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Liip Blog:
Updating old Symfony2 CMF projects
September 17, 2013 @ 10:36:09

If you're a user of the Symfony CMF (content management framework) and want to keep up with the latest release, they've just posted the RC1 version for public consumption. If you have a current installation and want to upgrade, though, there's some things you'll need to do. That's where this new post on the Liip blog comes in.

Now it is time now to upgrade older installations to the latest and greatest. I decided to keep a record of what i had to do and write it down for others to follow the steps. There are notes in the CHANGELOG.md files of each CMF bundle, but a common blogpost is more convenient. The whole update took me a bit less than a day of work. Now that we are in release candidate state with the project, further upgrades should need no more changes, or only small ones.

There's a few things that have to be manually updated including:

  • Doctrine & Default model classes
  • Images
  • Publish Workflow
  • Dependency injection
  • Sonata

Check out the full post for the complete instructions (and commands) to bring you up to date.

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Link: http://blog.liip.ch/archive/2013/09/17/updating-old-symfony2-cmf-projects.html

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