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From a field of arseholes we're left with a Johnson and a Jeremy Hunt. But it's us who's getting fucked.

... but it does make it vitally important that you do a composer update after your git checkout to rebuild the autoloader

Just switched @withknown to use the composer class loader rather than the, now deprecated, symfony one. Fairly big change, but hopefully an invisible one.

Anyone out there with any AWS contacts?

Latest @withknown git patch contains a full symfony components upgrade, which required a db schema update. Should be fine, but it goes without saying that you do a full db update before installing and doing a composer update!

Replied to a post on github.com :

Erp. Not tested as I'm on the road, but try the latest. Should work...

PHP CLI is not the same thing as PHP-FPM or mod apache. Type php -v to see what version the CLI, and therefore composer, is using. Ideally these versions should match, but if that's not possible, delete the restricting line in composer.json

Because the versioning was getting silly, I've switched to using semver.org conventions for @withknown, so you will start seeing minor and patch version number increases going forward.