After recently using a fresh install of Symfony 1.4.20 I tried to install sfGuard plugin and tried to create the tables via the propel:build-all command.
The sql generated was using the Type=innoDB and breaking the sql command.
This can be changed in the MysqlDDLBuilder.php
on line: 156
$script .= "Type=$mysqlTableType";
$script .= "Engine=$mysqlTableType";
I had a problem where my web pages were displaying weird UTF-8 characters with php.
â€¢ Industry bodies
â€¢ Volunteer organisations
â€¢ Federal and state government bodies
I found this solution that worked for me:
IMPORTANT: when converting UTF8 data that contains the EURO sign DON'T USE utf_decode function.
utf_decode converts the data into ISO-8859-1 charset. But ISO-8859-1 charset does not contain the EURO sign, therefor the EURO sign will be converted into a question mark character '?'
In order to convert properly UTF8 data with EURO sign you must use:
iconv("UTF-8", "CP1252", $data)
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I had been getting ugly 404 messages when using phpThumb and the image path no longer existed.
What I wanted was not to show nothing at all..
this worked for me by adding this parameter.