The Bleeding Edge: Website Upgraded
This weekend I decided it was time to completely dive in to the awesomeness that is symfony 1.2. I upgraded the Doctrine website to 1.2 as well as Doctrine 1.1. I had several schema changes that I migrated to production with the new Migrations features that were mentioned previously on the blog. It made the upgrade of the website much easier. The primary motivation for diving in to this was a blog post made on 10/18/2008 and 10/14/2008 where Fabien talks about forms in symfony 1.2.
Below is an overview of some of the changes made.
- Upgraded to symfony 1.2
- Upgraded to Doctrine 1.1
- New backend control panel for administering the content of the website
- Single Sign-On(SSO) - We now have partial SSO. Trac and the main website authentication are shared now. The forum will be integrated soon.
- New groundwork started for several new website features, new documentation, user contributed documentation, user contributed packages! and more.
Here are some screen shots of the backend magic that was generated by symfony. I didn’t have to do much and in one evening we have a new content management system backend for the website.
The style and custom icons in this list of the available Doctrine releases were added thanks to my custom theme built specifically for the Doctrine backend.
Edit User SVN Access
Thanks to the symfony form framework I was able to easily add a custom widget for editing the website users svn access for all the different Doctrine versions.
Doctrine Release Points
List of all the Doctrine sub-release points.
Edit Doctrine Release
Edit a Doctrine release and control its stability as well as other information.
Edit Blog Post
Edit a blog post entry using markdown syntax.