Symfony 2.7.1 released
Symfony 2.7.1 has just been released. This release fixes some problems with the new deprecation notices and fixes some BC breaks as well. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #14835 [DependencyInjection] Fixed resolving of service configurators containing Definition objects (webmozart)
- bug #14816 [TwigBridge] Make AppVariable check if security.context exists (ogizanagi)
- bug #14897 Allow new lines in Messages translated with transchoice() (replacement for #14867) (azine)
- bug #14887 [Form] Swap new ChoiceView constructor arguments to ease migrating from the deprecated one (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #14900 Silence deprecation warnings by default (reecefowell)
- bug #14739 [Console] SymfonyStyle : fix blocks wordwrapping (ogizanagi)
- bug #14740 [Console] SymfonyStyle : fix blocks output is broken on windows cmd (ogizanagi)
- bug #14623 [Console] SymfonyStyle : fix & automate block gaps. (ogizanagi)
- bug #14895 [Form] Support DateTimeImmutable in transform() (c960657)
- bug #14891 without this change allways the legacy code get called (dominikzogg)
- bug #14888 [Console] Fix ask and askHidden methods (dosten)
- bug #14705 [Translator] avoid serialize unserializable resources. (aitboudad)
- bug #14846 [console][TableCell] get cell width without decoration. (aitboudad)
- bug #14852 [VarDumper] Fix generic casters calling order (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #14855 [VarDumper] Changed tooltip to expand-all keybinding in OS X (taylankasap)
- bug #14854 [BridgePhpUnit] Fix composer installed phpunit detection (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #14859 Improve the config validation in TwigBundle (stof)
- bug #14837 [SecurityBundle] Remove SecurityContext from Compile (Zander Baldwin)
- bug #14793 [FrameworkBundle] make templating.helper.router service available again for BC reasons (xabbuh)
- bug #14785 [BrowserKit] Fix bug when uri starts with http. (amouhzi)
- bug #14807 [Security][Acl] enforce string identifiers (xabbuh)
- bug #14808 [WebProfilerBundle][logger] added missing deprecation message. (aitboudad)
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