Add Nested Categories to your models. Models can be grouped into individual categories (this is the default), or multiple models can share a group of categories.
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# sfDoctrineActAsCategorizablePlugin

## Introduction
This behavior permits to assign categories to doctrine models

## Features

 * add a category to an object
 * allows for Nested categories using the Doctrine Nested Set Behavior

 * Overview
		Because multiple unrelated objects can be categorized in a single project, by default this plugin
		separates each individual model assigned this behavior into its own Category set.  This can be
		customized (see below)

 * Other Options: 

You can set the root name of your category (default is the name of the model appended with '_Root')
This is useful when you want two models to have identical directory structures
			Categorizable:		{	root:	Gallery_Root }
				Categorizable:	{	root:	Gallery_Root }
The above models will now pull from the same set of categories
You can change the local ID to another name (default is category_id)
			category_id: 		my_id 

Use the following functions when manipulating your category objects:
#Table Methods
	//Saves the category specified to the appropriate category tree 			
	//Removes the category safely from the category tree.
#Object Methods	
	//Saves the category specified to the appropriate category tree and assigns it to your object
	//assigns the specified category to your object
#Category Methods				

	//returns the assigned parent category (excluding the category tree root)
	//returns a collection of sub categories for the category
	//sets the $child category as a direct descendent of $category
	//sets the $category category as a direct descendent of $parent
#Category Table Methods

	//returns a Category object with the specified name
__*variable is mixed, can either be string or Category types__
## Philosophy of the stuff ##

* categorizable models must have a primary key
* categories are saved when the object is saved

## Get it installed ##

* go to your project's root
* Install the plugin: 

	actAs: [Categorizable] to model you want to be categorized
* rebuild the model: 
	./symfony doctrine-build-all
* clear cache:
	./symfony cc