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Release Notes - eZ Publish 5 Community Project 2013.06

Important Information Before You Start Installing

  • This is the 7th "eZ Publish 5" build, that comprises an eZ Publish 4.x build, under the 'ezpublish_legacy' folder, at the root of your eZ Publish 5 installation. We highly recommend, however, to get acquainted with the brand new eZ Publish 5 stack :)



Make sure to check the eZ Publish 2013.06 system requirements before proceeding.

Proceeding: One Major Tip

When installing on a linux/UNIX system or Windows-based system, make sure to create a Virtual Host, before starting the installation wizard (this step is highly recommended).



The main entry point of knowledge for you is the eZ Publish 5 Cookbook. 

Have a look at Nicolas' slides presented at the first stage of the eZ+SensioLabs roadshow in Cologne, presenting eZ Publish 5.

Do not miss Joe Kepley's blog containing loads of great tutorials on eZ Publish 5. Also, read Damien's story of the upgrade of to eZ Publish 5. Also, take a look at this tutorial by Granite Horizon, to take a safe start in creating controllers for eZ Publish 2013.05. You may want tell what you would like to see in an eZ Publish 5 tutorial here:  What's Needed in an eZ 5 Tutorial?


Feedback/reports are key, more than ever

Our community is at a turning point, where feedback is more important than ever. Should you encounter issues installing eZ Publish 5, using it, stumbling upon missing functionality, or be willing to take an active part in eZ Publish 5 development, like some already did, use the following resources:



  • 19 bug-fixes for registered issues
  • 39 pull-requests merged
  • 3 enhancements

See the changelog for details


Still up-to-date

Our core-team has blogged on the fly when developing eZ Publish 5, here is a short overview:

We discussed the topic extensively at the first eZ Community UnConference, and got our first hands-on experience on Symfony 2.

We have also been speaking at:

Last, but not least: the eZ Publish 5 documentation still is under construction, but improvements were made since 2012.11. You can find it here:, notably the Cookbook for developers. Feedback appreciated on this too.

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