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What do you think about Symfony's Future? [message #17404] Wed, 06 December 2006 18:05 Go to next message
javi  is currently offline javi
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Symfony's Future[ 8 vote(s) ]
1.Improve performance & keep documentation updated 7 / 88%
2.More features 1 / 13%

If you could choose as a Symfony user, what do you prefer for 1.5 version: Better performance or More features?

Re: What do you think about Symfony's Future? [message #17406 is a reply to message #17404 ] Wed, 06 December 2006 18:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
halfer  is currently offline halfer
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Welcome to symfony, javi, though I wonder whether you might try it first, before asking for improvements Very Happy


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Re: What do you think about Symfony's Future? [message #17407 is a reply to message #17406 ] Wed, 06 December 2006 18:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
javi  is currently offline javi
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halfer, thanks for the welcoming. First of all, I use Symfony BOTH at work and with personal projects. Also, I have contributed with Symfony documentation creating some tickets for typos and defects ( http://www.symfony-project.com/trac/search?q=Javier.&wik i=on&changeset=on&ticket=on).

I've read that the performance penalty of Symfony is the use of Propel. My experience with 1.0 beta (and with its fantstic timer) shows that the 'action' and the 'view' parts are the "slowest" even with database intensive applications.

Finally, I invite you to contribute to the Symfony's future by taking part in the poll Smile

Re: What do you think about Symfony's Future? [message #17420 is a reply to message #17404 ] Wed, 06 December 2006 21:08 Go to previous message
dhosek  is currently offline dhosek
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My preferred choice isn't on the list: Fewer bugs and more robustness in the tools. There's too much stuff which fails without sufficient noise, and then goes ahead and leaves broken files in the application which results in misleading or uninformative errors. I think that the development team needs to focus on error handling in the development process so that error messages, caused by problems in source files are meaningful. And for the love of God, let's not have such a buggy product. I'm seeing alpha-level bugs showing up in what are supposed to be stable releases...
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