On behalf of the Zend Framework’s many contributors, I’m pleased to announce
the immediate availability of Zend Framework 1.10.1, the first maintenance
release in our 1.10 series. You can download it from our downloads page:
This release includes more than 50 bugfixes, all made since the 1.10.0
release two weeks ago; these fixes help bring stability and maturity to the
In addition, we have a new feature on the website: we have enabled comments
in our online manual. Comments may be made either by casual users, with
entry of a name, password, and CAPTCHA, or, for those already registered
with our developer tools, you may login and simply enter comments.
Comments are moderated, both via a spam filter, and the ZF team. If you do
not see your comment posted immediately, it may have been flagged for
Going forward, we have the following policy on comments:
- Comments will only ever be active on the current version of the manual.
This is to prevent fracturing of information between different versions.
- Any comment made on a given version of the manual will be seen on that
version and any newer versions released.
- If we incorporate a comment into the manual, we will likely remove it in
order to prevent duplication of information.
We’d like to thank everyone who committed time, code, and translations since
the 1.10.0 release — thanks for making this a fantastic tool for PHP