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Debuggable Blog:
CakePHP 1.2 Stable! Come and help
May 14, 2008 @ 08:48:06

Felix Geisendorfer has posted an announcement to the Debuggable blog about the upcoming stable release of the next major version of the CakePHP framework, version 1.2.

The CakePHP team is gearing up to finally push out a stable 1.2 release! If you are following the trac timeline you can see that everybody is putting in huge amounts of work to fix bugs and get everything stable.

He suggests a few ways to get involved in helping to push this release out the door like writing test cases, showing how to replicate bugs and help out the documentation team with their efforts to keep the manual up to date.

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