I would like to deploy my symfony installation onto a server and since I am somehow a newbie to this topic, I also made the mistake not to start with the sandbox. The facts are: I am having an application even without symfony, so I copied the whole symfony checkout to the lib/ directory and corrected the path in the ProjectConfiguration.class.php
Seems to work so far but now there is Propel spoiling the game. It seems not to be included in the Symfony installation so I thought about checking it out and also adding to the lib directory.
The philosophical qestion is if I am on the right trail and whether I should proceed as described. So please feel free to tell me better
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It [Propel] seems not to be included in the Symfony installation
Propel is definitely included in the default installation. Your title mentions "symfony without Propel" - is this what you want? You later seem to imply that your project needs it. Symfony 1.2 comes with Propel 1.3 built-in, so it should work. You may need to clear the cache of the project on your server.
If you look at Jobeet, this uses the ordinary tarball, and doesn't use PEAR at all. This would therefore be useful to you in setting up a symfony app without PEAR.Remember Palestine