We are very pleased to announce the release of Yii Framework version 1.1.5. This new version is now available for download from the Yii site:
This release includes more than 80 bug fixes and feature enhancements. Just a few of the highlights include:
support for using actions in console commands, which take command line options as the parameters to the actions
support for theming views rendered by widgets
support for importing and autoloading PHP 5.3 classes that are taking advantage of using namespace
support for returning ActiveRecord results indexed by a specified attribute
For the complete list of changes in this release, please see:
If you plan to upgrade from an older version to 1.1.5, refer to the following upgrade instructions :
Thank you for your support!
The Yii Developer Team
- The prompt and empty options used in CHtml methods will NOT be HTML-encoded anymore. (Qiang)
I can`t understand this point. Can anybody give a little example for me?
Among other enhancements, I’ve noticed that the Jui Calendar now can be shown inline
Amazing job guys… thank you!
wow… woow… woooooww…
it’s already 1.1.5, so fast! (this patch every 2 month i think)
even i not yet taste 1.1.3 or 1.1.4
yii life is going…
thank you very much.
Great !! … so many fix and enhancements !! … Yii is the best !! … great job to the whole team !
Symbols like < and > will not be encoded automatically so you can use HTML.
As always I say: I love this framework!!!
I had just starting building a site under 1.1.4 when 1.1.5 was released! Great job on timely updates. Keep up the good work!
Love the framework. Keep up the great work!
Coming back to PHP from Ruby on Rails… I’m in love again. Thanks all who have been involved with bringing a real framework to the masses. Yii is a hacker’s dream.
Thank you very much to all Yii Dev Team members. This framework is really awesome!
Yeah indeed! After checking most of the other frameworks out there, I chose Yii. Its the BEST Thanks a ton to Yii Dev Team for saving a lot of our time