prestaSitemapPlugin - 1.0.0

Generate XML sitemaps

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Changelog for release 1.0.0 - 21/08/2009

  • Ensure that HTTP header 'Content-Type' indicate charset UTF-8
  • This plugin has been tested in production environement with success, so it comes out to stable version 1.0

Other releases

Release 1.0.4 - 10/08/2011

Add support for google's mobile extension for sitemaps

Release 1.0.3 - 07/10/2010

  • Add the ability to index images in the sitemap as allowed by Google's image extensions for Sitemaps. (See: http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=178636)

Release 1.0.2 - 29/01/2010

Remove code used for compatibility with sf1.1 (sfLoader) that is not used (as this plugin doesn't officially support symfony 1.1) that were producing notices with project:validate

Release 1.0.1 - 30/11/2009

  • Ensure compatibility with symfony 1.3 & 1.4 * Move default config from config.php to app.yml (fix old ugly code) * Fix bug where all datas where escaped if escaping strategy was enabled * Integrate tests inside plugin * Add the ability to customize the class used for data caching (Resolve: http://trac-symfony.prestaconcept.net/ticket/3)

Release 1.0.0 - 21/08/2009

  • Ensure that HTTP header 'Content-Type' indicate charset UTF-8
  • This plugin has been tested in production environement with success, so it comes out to stable version 1.0

Release 0.0.4 - 07/08/2009

  • When accessing a section's sitemap, if cache is empty, it will regenerate sitemap datas.
  • Now return a 404 page when calling a non exisitng sitemap's section
  • Now can work if "mbstring" extension is not installed (see "Notice" section in README for more details)

Release 0.0.3 - 06/08/2009

  • More robust routing rules definition (force default config for used sfRoutes).

Release 0.0.2 - 04/08/2009

  • Update markdown... :-(