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Symfony Project:
symfony 1.0 released
February 20, 2007 @ 09:57:00

The Symfony project has made a major announcement today - with the latest release of the project, they've made it to the 1.0 mark! Symfony version 1.0 has been released!

At last, the long-awaited 1.0 stable version of symfony is just released. For all those who waited for the "stable" status to dive into symfony, the time has come.

The 1.0 is not just another release. We call it an "enterprise" release, which means that we will keep on maintaining it for a long time (that is, for several years). When a new release of PHP comes with its wagon of BC break, we will update symfony 1.0 to make it compatible. When a bug is found and corrected in one of the components of symfony 1.0, we will update the stable release to make the symfony experience always better.

Congrats go out to the >entire team and all of the many, many contributors to the project. Hitting a stable release is no easy mark and it's great to see one of the best PHP frameworks out there hit it dead on.

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