Zend Framework 2.1.5 Released!
The Zend Framework community is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zend Framework 2.1.5! Packages and installation instructions are available at:
This is a monthly maintenance release.
2.1.5 is a monthly maintenance release, and the bulk of issues resolved were primarily centered around code maintainability - docblocks typos were corrected, internal variables renamed more semantically, etc. However, a few changes are notable:
- A long-standing issue regarding
setting global permissions in
Zend\Db\Metadatawas updated to no longer use the untrusted
quoteValue()API; this means it will no longer create notices!
- Filter priority settings are no longer lost when merging filter chains.
- The stop-propagation flag is now reset when triggering an event. This solves a problem that occurred in the MVC when triggering multiple different events in succession.
- A fix was applied to prevent
Zend\Consolefrom bleeding color to the next line.
Zend\Navigationnow supports query parameters properly.
- Forms now allow empty collections
Zend\Navigationnow properly injects pages with dependencies.
Last month, we held our first documentation hunt, resulting in a lot of documentation improvements.
Additionally, we began an effort to provide Zend Framework 1 -> Zend Framework 2 migration information. A preview is available on readthedocs.org.
Almost 100 patches were applied to the ZF2 codebase, and dozens to the documentation. The full changelog for 2.1.5 is available:
I'd like to thank everyone who provided issue reports, typo fixes, maintenance improvements, bugfixes, and documentation improvements; your efforts make the framework increasingly better!
Maintenance releases happen monthly on the third Wednesday. Version 2.2.0 will release in the first half of May, with the first release candidate dropping during the week of 29 April - 3 May 2013.