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Why not to create a symfony framework updater software from command line #30054

adigoun2005 opened this issue Feb 1, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Feb 1, 2019

Hello to Fabien Potencier and to all the symfony team. I am working with sf since a couple of years now. And i have to say that the framework helped me to be very productive on several project.
One of my greatest issue with the framework is how hard it is to update an existing project to a major version i.e 2.8->3 or 2.8->4
And in my humble opinion one of the greatest issues with that is that the community bundles are most of the time not compatible with the latest versions of symfony.
Is it possible to make the latests versions of symfony compatible with all legacy bundle or to create a software with dynamically solves depreciation issues within each bundle?

@adigoun2005 adigoun2005 changed the title Why not to create a symfony framework udater software from command line Why not to create a symfony framework updater software from command line Feb 1, 2019


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commented Feb 1, 2019

There are several community attempts at these kind of tools, see eg from @TomasVotruba
From the POV of core, we do as much as we can to help the ecosystem move as smoothly as possible, by triggering deprecation notices and enforcing a continuous upgrade path.
I'm not sure we can do more. At least we don't have better practical ideas.


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commented Feb 28, 2019

@nicolas-grekas Thanks for spreading the word 👍

@adigoun2005 You're request and need is legit! This is for you: How to Upgrade Symfony 2.8 to 3.4

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