A week of symfony #440 (1-7 June 2015)

This week, Symfony project focused on fixing the issues and minor BC breaks inadvertently introduced by Symfony 2.7. Meanwhile, the work on Symfony 2.8 continued with the introduction of a new feature to load configuration files recursively for DependencyInjection and Routing components.

Symfony2 development highlights

2.3 changelog:

  • 8172f2f: [Security] enforced ACL string identifiers
  • 013009b: Static Code Analysis for Components
  • 5607f71: [BrowserKit] fixed a bug when URI starts with HTTP
  • f4dfee3: [TwigBundle] improved the config validation
  • 662e281: [Config] improved duplicated code in FileLocator
  • 9f9b0f7: [HttpFoundation] get response content as resource several times for PHP >= 5.6
  • fa9da42: [Form] fixed call to removed method (BC broken in 2.3)

2.6 changelog:

  • 3061ace: [WebProfilerBundle] added missing deprecation message
  • ec14143: [Console] removed an unused argument and fixed a small code syntax issue

2.7 changelog:

  • 1dbf67e: [FrameworkBundle] made templating.helper.router service available again for BC reasons
  • 1778e02: [SecurityBundle] removed SecurityContext from compiled classes
  • ec124e0: [VarDumper] fixed generic casters calling order
  • 8809362: [VarDumper] changed tooltip to expand-all keybinding in OS X
  • e1e7440: [DependencyInjection] provide better error message when using deprecated configuration options
  • 34ad82e: [Translator] avoid serialize unserializable resources
  • 4212bda: [Security] changed error message to reflect SecurityContext deprecation
  • 5bb2cc8: [Console] fixed ask and askHidden methods

2.8 changelog:

  • 78cf382: [Security] added setVoters() on AccessDecisionManager
  • 73f0ee2: added recursive directory loading for DependencyInjection and Routing
  • 3cbff05: [TwigBundle] reconfigured twig paths when they are updated

Newest issues and pull requests

Twig development highlights

Master changelog:

  • dfddd2e: fixed error guessing for nested templates

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