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A week of symfony #485 (11-17 April 2016)

This week Symfony continued working on stabilizing the new features introduced in Symfony 3.1, which is six weeks away from its release. Meanwhile, minor improvements were added to previous Symfony versions, such as using proper ANSI escape sequences in the ProgressBar and replaced iconv_() calls by mb_() to improve performance.

Symfony development highlights

2.3 changelog:

  • 302e192: [DependencyInjection] added coverage for all invalid arguments in exportParameters
  • 6401371: [Filesystem] better error handling in remove()
  • 8c89a3a: [DependencyInjection] removed check for YAML class in CrossCheckTest
  • 2528ec4: [Routing] added query param if value is different from default

2.7 changelog:

  • 689f27b: [DependencyInjection] anonymous services are always private
  • 6467b24: [HttpKernel] fixed wrong number of arguments in call of ExceptionListener::logException()
  • 6400b70: [Console] used ANSI escape sequences in ProgressBar overwrite method

2.8 changelog:

  • b803680: [LDAP] free the search result after a search to free memory
  • 5356dbb: replaced iconv_() uses by mb_()

Master changelog:

  • a073a65: [HttpKernel] some tweaks to the controller argument resolver
  • 8bf4969: [DependencyInjection] add coverage for invalid Expression in exportParameters
  • cb0fe14: [Process] turn getIterator() args to flags & add ITER_SKIP_OUT/ERR modes
  • d479934: [FrameworkBundle] added calls support for debug:container
  • e4177a7: [FrameworkBundle] fallback to default cache system in production for validation
  • 529d0fe: [Cache] added DoctrineProvider, for using PSR-6 pools in Doctrine Cache
  • cea9d86: [FrameworkBundle] use SymfonyStyle in AbstractConfigCommand
  • 47cb0c3: [Form] deprecated callable strings in ChoiceType

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