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Multiple Symfony versions in the same environment

February 2, 2009 by Sid in Symfony Framework with 0 Comments

I’ve been using this trick from symfonynerds to run multiple Symfony versions in the same environments. I can now work on projects built on Symfony 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 simultaneously in the same environment (Ubuntu 8.10).

So now, when I want to create a Symfony 1.0 project, I would just execute “$ symfony10 init-project myproject”. And then in the project I would use “$ ./symfony cc” instead of “$ symfony cc”.

It worths mentioning that I think this trick is good for development environment but “svn:externals” trick or Symfony freeze are better for production/deployment as each project will have their own copy of Symfony Framework.

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