Rob Allen has posted a tutorial to his site making some updates to his previous work with the Doctrine migrations handling as a standalone component. In this new tutorial he talks about the newer way to use it in your projects.
Since, I last wrote about using the Doctrine project's Migrations tool independently of Doctrine's ORM, it's now stable and much easier to get going with.
He starts with the basic installation and configuration of the migrations tool, making use of a SQLite database as an example. He then shows the use of the basics of using it to make database changes:
- creating a new migration
- running the migrations
Each step comes with code, the commands you'll need to execute and an example of the resulting console output.