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[pakeException] Task "doctrine::build" is not defined

I just downloaded the Symfony 1.4 sandbox, then I uploaded it to my dev server, then I wrote a schema, and then I tried to run:

symfony doctrine::build --filters --forms --model --sql


and I got:

[pakeException]
Task "doctrine::build" is not defined.


so I tried:

symfony doctrine::build --all


and I still got:

[pakeException] Task "doctrine::build" is not defined.


Any thoughts about why? Is this a sandbox thing? On the same server we have Symfony 1.0 installed, but I assumed the sandbox contained the core files needed to run in a self-contained way.

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Lawrence Krubner | 10/13/10 at 2:22pm Edit


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    10/13/10
    4:25pm
    Micah Breedlove says:

    Try with 1 colon
    ./symfony doctrine:build ....

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    10/13/10
    4:25pm
    Nate Flink says:

    try ./symfony cc

    then

    ./symfony doctrine:build

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    10/13/10
    4:25pm
    Jakub Zalas says:

    I assume you really downloaded symfony 1.4 sandbox.

    Pake is not used with symfony 1.4. You have symfony 1.0 installed somewhere on your computer and it's in your PATH.

    Accessing it with ./symfony rather then symfony should work.

    Previous versions of this answer: 10/13/10 at 3:18pm

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