- Propel 1.x is no longer maintained by the upstream project.
- You probably shouldn't start a new project using Propel 1.x.
- This repo has a handful of patches applied to get unit tests to pass (e.g. with PHP 7.2), and sufficient phpdoc fixes to allow psalm (http://github.com/vimeo/psalm) to work on generated code.
Changes in this fork ....
- Token unit test fixes to stop Travis failing ( https://github.com/DavidGoodwin/Propel/commit/2d238acd530f4fcdb0bce59bb41e1c6596766ff6 )
- Fix PropelArrayFormatter to work correctly within PHP 7.x ( https://github.com/DavidGoodwin/Propel/commit/dea4da1949534cd4ce6d79f774796dd55b4ff6dc )
- Fix SQL injection in limit/offset ( https://github.com/propelorm/Propel/pull/1054 )
- Fix count() for PHP 7.2 ( https://github.com/propelorm/Propel/pull/1050 )
- Doc block fixes ( https://github.com/propelorm/Propel/pull/1011 )
- Doc block fixes ( https://github.com/propelorm/Propel/pull/992 )
- Doc block fixes ( https://github.com/propelorm/Propel/pull/998/ )
- Further Doc block fixes to allow psalm 3.5.x to pass on projects using Propel 1.7.x.
To use this fork
composer require palepurle/propel1
Propel is an open-source Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) for PHP5.
A quick tour of the features
Propel has some nice features you should know about:
- It's a fast and easy way to manage your database;
- It provides command line tools for generating code (well documented with an IDE-friendly syntax);
- It's very flexible: you can simply extend Propel;
- It uses PDO (PHP Data Objects) so it allows you to use the RDBMS of your choice (MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MSSQL are supported);
- Propel is an open-source project which is well documented.
Read the Propel documentation.
Propel is an open-source project released under the MIT license. See the
LICENSE file for more information.