We are very excited to announce the stable release of Yii Framework v1.1.1 and v1.0.12!
The long-awaited 1.1.1 release is a major service pack to the previous 1.1.0 release. In this release, we fixed more than 20 bugs. We also included numerous new features, some of which are expected to further accelerate development speed using Yii. For example, the new CActiveForm widget allows developers to easily build HTML forms that support both client- and server-side validation by writing validation rules only once; The CGridView widget now supports filtering; And the Yii code generator tool will now generate the code implementing searching and filtering features. For the complete list of changes in this release, please see:
The 1.0.12 release is a maintenance release of 1.0 branch. It mainly includes a few minor bug fixes and features. Upgrading to this release from the earlier 1.0.x releases should be very safe. For the complete list of changes in this release, please see:
Qiang, many of us are using Yii in production systems.
I think I speak for everyone in saying you should not be including third-party RC code into your releases (jQuery UI). In addition, the 1.4.2 release of jQuery is incompatible with several popular plugins. The consequences are that an upgrade may introduce new unforeseen issues.
Perhaps you can also add a configuration option to toggle this behavior? Allow users to choose the jQuery version they wish to be used? Something in your config file:
I just upgraded from 1.1.0 to 1.1.1. I get an error saying that a column can not be found because I prefixed the column with the table name. After looking at the new blog tutorial I figured out the issue, then also found in the change log file this note:
Chg #796: The alias name for the primary table in a relational AR query is changed to be 't' (Qiang)
Does this mean that the primary table in the ActiveRecord object has now been given an Alias of "t".
Will any joined table still be referenced by the original table name?