Evidently, when you say something is “the last”, or “stable”, that’s when folks actually start testing. Such was the case when, two days ago, we released Zend Framework 2.0.0rc6. Overnight, we got a ton of patches submitted, and a number of them were targetting not simply differences in expectations, but actual issues in the code.
As such, we’re announcing the immediate availability of Zend Framework 2.0.0rc7! Packages and installation instructions are available at:
At this time, RC7 is the last release candidate before shipping a stable version sometime next week.
The full changelog for RC7 is as follows:
- Fixes ArrayDefinition and ClassDefinition hasMethods() methods to return
- Fixes issue with multi-checkbox rendering.
- DateFormat view helper now correctly falls back to date.timezone setting
instead of system timezone.
- Fixes an error nesting condition
- Fixes an issue with Zend\Log\Formatter\Simple whereby it was using a legacy
key ("info") instead of the key standardized upon in ZF2 ("extra").
- Simple formatter now defaults to JSON-encoding for array and object
serialization (prevents issues with some writers.)
- The Date header is now properly encoded as ASCII.
- Fixes an issue in the ViewHelperManagerFactory whereby a condition was
testing against an uninitialized value.
- Added zend-console to composer.json dependencies.
- Breadcrumbs helper allows passing string container name now, allowing
multiple navigation containers.
- ServerUrl now works for servers behind proxies.
I’d like to thank each and every person who has contributed ideas, feedback, pull requests (no pull request is too small!), testing, and more — we’re almost to the goal of a stable next-generation framework!