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# Propel2

Propel2 is an open-source Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) for PHP.

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## Requirements

Propel uses the following Symfony Components:

* [Config](https://github.com/symfony/config)
* [Console](https://github.com/symfony/console)
* [Filesystem](https://github.com/symfony/filesystem)
* [Finder](https://github.com/symfony/finder)
* [Translation](https://github.com/symfony/translation)
* [Validator](https://github.com/symfony/validator)
* [Yaml](https://github.com/symfony/yaml)

Propel primarily relies on [**Composer**](https://github.com/composer/composer) to manage dependencies, but you
also can use [ClassLoader](https://github.com/symfony/ClassLoader) (see the `autoload.php.dist` file for instance).


## Installation

Read the [Propel documentation](http://propelorm.org/documentation/01-installation.html).


## Contribute

Everybody can contribute to Propel. Just fork it, and send Pull Requests.
You have to follow [Propel Coding Standards](https://github.com/propelorm/Propel2/wiki/Coding-Standards) and provides unit
tests as much as possible. Also [check out the roadmap](https://github.com/propelorm/Propel2/wiki) to get an overview of what we are working on!

Please see our [contribution guideline](http://propelorm.org/contribute.html). Thank you!

## License

MIT. See the `LICENSE` file for details.