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Two Symfonies with one stone [message #98060] Mon, 26 April 2010 16:18 Go to next message
SonicM  is currently offline SonicM
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Hi there,

We are using Symfony 1.0. We wrote a lot sf1.0 stuff for our Intranet and our Website. I know, that upgrading to sf1.4 would be very hard, nearly impossible.
I´d like to have one domain-url http://intranet.example.com
and after that, anything like http://intranet.example.com/sf2 for the symfony 2 task.
Is that possible? I want to develop new things in sf2 and the old things schould be also reachable.

I hope I make myself clear enough.

Maik
Re: Two Symfonies with one stone [message #98071 is a reply to message #98060 ] Mon, 26 April 2010 18:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
halfer  is currently offline halfer
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We're in a similar position. I plan to use mod_rewrite to catch specific URL patterns and send them to a different front controller.

I would advise that you upgrade your ORM first, to lessen the impact of the migration. For example we're on Propel 1.2 and would need to move to Propel 1.3 before we can move to Symfony 1.2, and then the move to Propel 1.4 I believe is trivial.


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Re: Two Symfonies with one stone [message #98072 is a reply to message #98060 ] Mon, 26 April 2010 18:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Also, you will probably need to create symlinks between your old model folders and your new ones, assuming you want your new code to access your old model.


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Re: Two Symfonies with one stone [message #101792 is a reply to message #98060 ] Tue, 29 June 2010 22:12 Go to previous message
hartym
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It should be pretty easy apache config.


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