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New release? #1602

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KDederichs opened this issue Jan 23, 2020 · 12 comments
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New release? #1602

KDederichs opened this issue Jan 23, 2020 · 12 comments

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@KDederichs KDederichs commented Jan 23, 2020

Now that SF5 support is merged can we expect a 5.2 release some time in the near future?

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@julkwel julkwel commented Jan 25, 2020

@KDederichs I'm able to use this with SF5 by override a part of this bundle , here is the project

Me and symfony 5

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@ThomasTr ThomasTr commented Feb 2, 2020

@XWB could you tag a new release please? FOSElasticaBundle is blocking Symfony 5 Upgrade.

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@mpiot mpiot commented Feb 4, 2020

Oh yes a new release may be fine.

If needed, for the moment you can require: "friendsofsymfony/elastica-bundle": "5.x-dev",. It works well, but not a good thing in production.

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@XWB XWB commented Feb 12, 2020

Unfortunately the next 5.x release is not yet ready.

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@KDederichs KDederichs commented Feb 12, 2020

Is there a list of things that still need to be done somewhere?

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@COil COil commented Feb 13, 2020

@XWB I have forked https://github.com/COil/FOSElasticaBundle and merged the master to the 5.x branch, (there were two little conflicts), everything works correctly. I have updated my blog to Symfony5.

If someone else want to try and check it it's ok for you too :

Add in composer.json :

"repositories": {
    "coil_foselasticabundle": {
        "type": "vcs",
        "url": "git@github.com:COil/FOSElasticaBundle.git"
    }
},

Then use :

"friendsofsymfony/elastica-bundle": "v5.1.2",

See you.

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@amigainc amigainc commented Feb 17, 2020

I'm waiting for the new release, to finish migrating a project from SF3 to SF5!

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@COil COil commented Feb 17, 2020

Hello amigainc, you can give a try with the repo I put just below (just to test) or see the answer of mpiot.

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@amigainc amigainc commented Feb 19, 2020

"friendsofsymfony/elastica-bundle": "5.x-dev"

First, you need to remove bundle elasticsearch/elasticsearch if installed, and install bundle ruflin/elastica. After that, install is OK!

Now, let's try!!!

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@COil COil commented Feb 19, 2020

@amigainc ? This bunlde is not compatible with Elasticseach 7.x yet. I don't understand your comment.

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@amigainc amigainc commented Feb 19, 2020

@amigainc ? This bunlde is not compatible with Elasticseach 7.x yet. I don't understand your comment.

It's a comment I've deleted, I found my error since.

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@localheinz localheinz commented Mar 26, 2020

Is there anything holding up a new release that includes support for symfony/symfony:^5?

/cc @OskarStark

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