Last three weeks have been a bit silent, mostly because of my holidays.
Finally, I’m back to normal working mode.
Community remained active as always and we warmly welcome 10 new contributors!
Antonio Peric’s talk about Sylius at ZgPHP
Our friend Antonio Peric from Locastic presented Sylius at ZgPHP meetup.
Slides are available on the slideshare.net platform.
Thank you Antonio for spreading the word and supporting Sylius project!
Sylius at Symfony CAMP UA 2013
Next month I’ll be speaking about Sylius at Symfony CAMP UA 2013.
The event takes place at Hotel Kozackiy on the 26th of October.
If you want to learn about Sylius and meet awesome devs, come to Kiev!
Since upgrade to Symfony 2.3 we suffered from memory leaks when running our Behat suite.
Fortunately, these problems are fixed and our travis build is green again.
Make sure you read the class specs, which serve as behavior documentation.
Tonight I’m going to merge new versioning schema for all bundles and main application. Below you can find the summary of changes.
- Removed “minimum-stability”: “dev” from all composer schemas. We require stable packages wherever possible.
- Updated all Sylius branch aliases to “1.0-dev”, which means that bundles and apps can now be required using version “1.0.@dev” or just “1.0.“.
Obviously, the 0.x.0 releases will still be tagged until we hit 1.0.0, so that you can safely lock Sylius and update your other vendors.
I expect this to cause some minor issues or conflicts on packagist/github, which I’ll need to resolve, so I plan to merge and tag the changes a bit later… I care about your composer.locks on friday evening!
Customer address book
Our beloved Julien Janvier is working on the address book feature.
The PR is almost final and we expect this functionality to be included in main application very soon.
Many suprises… Have a great weekend!