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gravatar Laurent Bachelier is a developer for 7 plugins.

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amSimplePiePlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
7
users
The purpose of this plugin is to facilitate the use of SimplePie within a Symfony project: it allows you to autoload the SimplePie class and it uses the Symfony cache directory.
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sfCacheBackportPlugin
MIT sf 1.4sf 1.3sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
1
user
Provides Symfony 1.1+ cache classes for Symfony 1.0 (with an adapter for view caching). Also provides a transparent and extensible API to cache objects with the cache classes, for any version of Symfony. A convenient way to get cache classes depending on your environment. DebugBar/Logging for any cache class, with timing and hit/miss information.
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sfEasyGMapPlugin
MIT sf 1.3sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
112
users
The sfEasyGMap plugin provides helpers and an objet-oriented PHP abstraction to the Google Maps API to ease the process of adding a Google Map and customising it in your symfony projects.
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sfFeedBurnerPlugin
MIT sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
2
users
This plugin allows you to redirect a feed to a "burned" feed on FeedBurner if certain conditions are met (user-agent, IP).
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sfPluginsTestPlugin
MIT sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
2
users
Tests, for each installed plugin, if the plugin structure seems correct. This is very useful if you have many external plugins that are updated frequently through SVN; sometimes the repositories move and you get an invalid structure (for example, the author starts to use branches).
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sfPropelCacheableBehaviorPlugin
MIT sf 1.1sf 1.0
1
user
A behavior and set of functions to cache Propel 1.2 objects (will not work with Propel 1.3). Requires sfCacheBackportPlugin.
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sfShutdownPlugin
MIT sf 1.2sf 1.1sf 1.0
1
user
Run functions before Symfony shutdown, instead of after if you used register_shutdown_function(). That way you can still use Symfony classes during the shutdown sequence.