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2 parents 6b75721 + 700f72d commit 8ab585474ffa2fab0f77fc82157dbe50d674b6e3 @weaverryan weaverryan committed Dec 30, 2012
@@ -431,8 +431,8 @@ an array with with ``fixXmlConfig``.
You can further control the normalization process if you need to. For example,
you may want to allow a string to be set and used as a particular key or several
-keys to be set explicitly. So that, if everything apart from id is optional in this
+keys to be set explicitly. So that, if everything apart from ``name`` is optional
+in this config:
.. code-block:: yaml
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Get the Symfony2 source code:
$ git clone
-* Add the upstream repository as ``remote``:
+* Add the upstream repository as a remote:
.. code-block:: bash
@@ -292,7 +292,6 @@ An example submission could now look as follows:
Bug fix: no
Feature addition: yes
Backwards compatibility break: no
- Symfony2 tests pass: yes
Fixes the following tickets: #12, #43
Todo: -
License of the code: MIT
@@ -350,17 +349,6 @@ When you save, git will start rebasing, and if successful, will ask you to
edit the commit message, which by default is a listing of the commit messages
of all the commits. When you finish, execute the push command.
-.. tip::
- To automatically get your feature branch tested, you can add your fork to
- ``_. Just login using your account and then simply
- flip a single switch to enable automated testing. In your pull request,
- instead of specifying "*Symfony2 tests pass: [yes|no]*", you can link to
- the ` status icon`_. For more details, see the
- ` Getting Started Guide`_. This could easily be done by clicking
- on the wrench icon on the build page of Travis. First select your feature
- branch and then copy the markdown to your PR description.
.. _ProGit:
.. _GitHub:
.. _`Github's Documentation`:
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ example containing most features described below:
private $fooBar;
- * @param string $dummyy Some argument description
+ * @param string $dummy Some argument description
public function __construct($dummy)
@@ -49,6 +49,7 @@ example containing most features described below:
* @param string $dummy Some argument description
+ * @param array $options
* @return string|null Transformed input
@@ -184,6 +184,9 @@ In the above example, the transformer was used as a "model" transformer.
In fact, there are two different type of transformers and three different
types of underlying data.
+.. image:: /images/cookbook/form/DataTransformersTypes.png
+ :align: center
In any form, the 3 different types of data are:
1) **Model data** - This is the data in the format used in your application
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@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ For simplicity, you'll often extend an
the interface directly::
// src/Acme/MainBundle/Form/Type/MyFormTypeExtension.php
- namespace Acme\MainBundle\Form\Type\MyFormTypeExtension;
+ namespace Acme\MainBundle\Form\Type;
use Symfony\Component\Form\AbstractTypeExtension;
@@ -810,4 +810,4 @@ For an example, see the ``EntityInitializer`` class inside the Doctrine Bridge.
.. _`Twig official extension repository`:
.. _`KernelEvents`:
.. _`SwiftMailer's Plugin Documentation`:
-.. _`Twig Loader`:
+.. _`Twig Loader`:

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