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+Welcome to the Zend Framework 1.9 Release!
+Zend Framework 1.9.5 (r18709).
+Released on October 27, 2009.
+A detailed list of all features and bug fixes in this release may be found at:
+* Zend_Queue and Zend_Service_Amazon_Sqs, which provide the ability to
+ use local and remote messaging and queue services for offloading
+ asynchronous processes. (Contributed by Justin Plock and Daniel Lo)
+* Zend_Queue_Adapter_PlatformJobQueue, a Zend_Queue adapter for Zend
+ Platform's Job Queue. (Contributed by Zend Technologies)
+* Zend_Rest_Route, Zend_Rest_Controller, and
+ Zend_Controller_Plugin_PutHandler, which aid in providing RESTful
+ resources via the MVC layer. (Contributed by Luke Crouch, SourceForge)
+* Zend_Feed_Reader, which provides a common API to RSS and Atom feeds,
+ as well as extensions to each format, caching, and a slew of other
+ functionality. (Contributed by Pádraic Brady and Jurrien Stutterheim)
+* Zend_Db_Adapter_Sqlsrv, a Zend_Db adapter for Microsoft's SQL Server
+ driver for PHP. (Contributed by Juozas Kaziukenas and Rob Allen)
+* Zend_Db_Table updates to allow using Zend_Db_Table as a concrete
+ class by passing it one or more table definitions via the
+ constructor. (Contributed by Ralph Schindler)
+* Zend_Test_PHPUnit_Db, which provides Zend_Db support for PHPUnit's
+ DBUnit support, allowing developers to do functional and integration
+ testing against databases using data fixtures. (Contributed by
+ Benjamin Eberlei)
+* Annotation processing support for Zend_Pdf, as well as performance
+ improvements. (Contributed by Alexander Veremyev)
+* Zend_Dojo custom build layer support. (Contributed by Matthew Weier
+ O'Phinney)
+* Dojo upgraded to 1.3.2.
+* Numerous Zend_Ldap improvements, including full support for CRUD
+ operations, search, and manipulating tree structures. (Contributed by
+ Stefan Gehrig)
+* Zend_Log_Writer_Syslog, a Zend_Log writer for writing to your system
+ log. (Contributed by Thomas Gelf)
+* Zend_View_Helper_BaseUrl, a view helper for returning the current base
+ URL to your application, as well as for constructing URLs to public
+ resources. (Contributed by Robin Skoglund and Geoffrey Tran)
+* Zend_Date now has support for the DateTime extension. (Contributed by
+ Thomas Weidner)
+* Zend_Locale has been upgraded to CLDR 1.7. (Contributed by Thomas
+ Weidner)
+* Zend_Translate now has plurals support for the Gettext, Csv, and Array
+ adapters. (Contributed by Thomas Weidner)
+* PHP 5.3 compatibility, including support for new features in the
+ mysqli extension. All components are fully tested on both PHP 5.2.x
+ and PHP 5.3.0.
+In addition, a large number of smaller improvements were made throughout
+the framework, and around 700 issues have been resolved or closed since
+the release of 1.8.0!
+A detailed list of all features and bug fixes in this release may be found at:
+A change was made in Zend_Http_Client to correct ZF-5744 (Multiple file uploads
+using the same $formname in setFileUpload). Instead of returning an associative
+array of element name => upload information pairs, it now returns an array of
+arrays, with the element name as part of the upload information. This allows
+multiple file uploads using the same element name.
+One deciding factor for many when choosing which Zend_Config format to use for
+their application config had to do with support for constants. Our application
+recommendations include defining two constants, APPLICATION_ENV and
+APPLICATION_PATH, and many developers have found it useful that in INI and PHP
+configurations, these constants are expanded during parsing. Zend_Config_Xml
+now supports this via an XML namespace as follows:
+ <config xmlns:zf="">
+ <production>
+ <includePath><zf:const
+ zf:name="APPLICATION_PATH"/>/library</includePath>
+ </production>
+ </config>
+On the PHP side, nothing changes.
+Prior to PHP 5.3, parse_ini_file() and parse_ini_string() handled non-ASCII
+characters in INI option values without an issue. However, starting in PHP 5.3,
+such options will now be silently dropped in the array returned. If you are
+upgrading to PHP 5.3 and using Zend_Translate_Adapter_Ini, this could cause
+potential issues for you. If you use UTF-8 or Latin-1 characters in your INI
+option keys (which are the message IDs for translation), you should either
+modify these to use only ASCII characters, or choose a different translation
+Zend_Service_Amazon has been updated to comply with the latest Amazon
+ECommerce APIs -- which, as of 15 August 2009, will require an API key
+for authentication. As a result, if you now use Zend_Service_Amazon, you
+will need to pass your API key to the Zend_Service_Amazon constructor:
+ $amazon = new Zend_Service_Amazon($appId, $countryCode, $apiKey);
+Otherwise, usage of this component remains the same.
+Zend Framework requires PHP 5.2.4 or later. Please see our reference
+guide for more detailed system requirements:
+Please see INSTALL.txt.
+Online documentation can be found at
+Questions that are not addressed in the manual should be directed to the
+appropriate mailing list:
+If you find code in this release behaving in an unexpected manner or
+contrary to its documented behavior, please create an issue in the Zend
+Framework issue tracker at:
+If you would like to be notified of new releases, you can subscribe to
+the fw-announce mailing list by sending a blank message to
+The files in this archive are released under the Zend Framework license.
+You can find a copy of this license in LICENSE.txt.
+The Zend Framework team would like to thank all the contributors to the Zend
+Framework project, our corporate sponsor, and you, the Zend Framework user.
+Please visit us sometime soon at