A week of symfony #302 (8->14 October 2012)

This week, symfony 1.4.19 maintainance version was released, and Symfony2 added a new PBKDF2 Password encoder and started refactoring the WebProfilerBundle to make it useable outside the full-stack framework. However, the biggest news of the week was the publication of the Symfony Live 2012 videos, more than 15 hours of Symfony and PHP sessions.

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Symfony2 development highlights

2.0 branch:

  • b439d13: [DomCrawler] fixed DomCrwaler/Form to handle <button> when submitted

2.1 branch:

  • 1566f9f: [Routing] fixed handling of whitespace and synch between collection prefix and route pattern
  • 673f74b: [HttpFoundation] Request::createFromGlobals and Request::getContentType now get CONTENT_TYPE from 'headers' variable instead of 'server'
  • 5c895c8: [Form] made *TestCase files abstract
  • 8c6b7a4: [HttpFoundation] fixed the handling of the intl locale when setting the default locale
  • 89f7b5e: [HttpFoundation] fixed empty path when using Request::create()

Master branch:

  • 4534960: [Security] added PBKDF2 Password encoder
  • 4e971e7: [ClassLoader] fixed UniversalClassLoader not working with AnnotationRegistry::registerLoader
  • dbcd171: [WebProfilerBundle] moved all static assets directly into the templates (this is the very first step to make the WebProfiler useable outside the full-stack framework)
  • c656322: [WebProfilerBundle] changed all includes to use the new Twig namespace notation
  • c682f67: [HttpKernel] unified the way the traceable event dispatcher injects information into the profile
  • dfc53b0: [WebProfilerBundle] removed dependency on the templating component
  • a3b3c28: [WebProfileBundle] removed dependency on the DIC (the controllers are not relying on the DIC anymore and only Twig is used for rendering)
  • 56a1595: moved the traceable controller resolver from the framework bundle to the HttpKernel component (using composition now)

Repository summary: 5,639 watchers (#1 in PHP, #35 overall) and 1,643 forks (#1 in PHP, #14 overall).

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