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  • #26364

    Loïc Bertron
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    Hello,

    I wanna try your product but i can’t complete the installation.
    It’s a fresh copy from github up to date.

    Here is what i get :

    Do you have a clue ?

    Thanks

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  • #26365

    Alexandr Smaga
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    Hello !

    Thanks for your feedback! Could you please give more detailed info on which system do you run ORO? It looks like cache issue, but we did not meet this before, may be it’s related to some specific PHP version or OS.

    #26366

    Loïc Bertron
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have a Debian Jessie with PHP v 5.6.0-1+b1.
    Here is the php -v :

    What else do you need ?

    #26367

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    It looks like related to this bug of 5.6 or this one of Doctrine2. We will try to dive deeper and update you as soon as possible.

    #26368

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    We fixed this issue in our dev repository. Fix will be included to 1.4.1 release soon.
    Issue was related to doctrine2 bug that already fixed.
    So, if you need to get it working now you can just add "doctrine/orm": "2.4.6" to you composer.json file and run composer update --prefer-dist

    Thank you!

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