I'm testing efficiency of three mysql connector libraries: mysql-connector, MySQLdb and oursql, within sqlalchemy. Took me a while to prepare basis, but after that, I began to wonder, how to make more methods, and run them, without worrying about their inclusion into testing process?
fzBlameablePlugin has just seen new release. 1.1.2 this time. I fixes issue with Doctrine no translating PHP Null to SQL NULL in queries, b passing explicitly string 'NULL'. Like the last one, this fix was also created by Gábor Egyed.
I've just released version 1.1.1 of fzBlameable Plugin providing Blameable behaviour for doctrine models in symfony 1.4. This package contains two fixes prepared by Gábor Egyed.
First fix adds check whether context exists. Second fix allows blameable behaviour to work as expected got user model itself and self edit profiles.
sfForkedDoctrineApply just got updated to new version - 1.5.9. It contains Portuguese translation created by Alan Candido, so I hope it will get useful for even more people now.
New version of sfForkedDoctrineApply plugin has been released. Actually it was released twice (1.5.7 and a day later 1.5.8), because of my mistake spotted by John Kary (thanks!).
I've just released another 8th maintenance release of 1.2.x branch of fzTagPlugin, that allows to tag models.
I've just released new version of fzTagPlugin, which introduces Spanish translation files created by Alex Otero.
About half year has pased since the release of sfDoctrineGuard 5.x. I decided, that it was the time to update default values for fzBlameable behaviour.
Since now, you don't have to chenge the created_by and updated_by field length in Behaviour definition if you run your website on sfDoctrineuard 5.x, ut you'll have to set fields length to 4, if you haven't upgraded your sfDoctrineGuard yet.
Adittionally this release allows you to change foreignAlias on relation between sfGuardUser and your blameable model.
New version of sfForkedDoctrineApplyPlugin has just been released. This version introduces Spanish translation files and few tweaks to the model. Because of these changes, remember to run migrations!