Symfony 2.8.20 released
Symfony 2.8.20 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #22550 Allow Upper Case property names in ObjectNormalizer (@insekticid)
- bug #22528 [Asset] Starting slash should indicate no basePath wanted (@weaverryan)
- bug #22541 [EventDispatcher] fix: unwrap listeners for correct info (@dmaicher)
- bug #22526 [Asset] Preventing the base path or absolute URL from being prefixed incorrectly (@weaverryan)
- bug #22523 [WebProfilerBundle] Fixed the flickering when loading complex profiler panels (@javiereguiluz)
- bug #22435 [Console] Fix dispatching throwables from ConsoleEvents::COMMAND (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #22478 [Serializer] XmlEncoder: fix negative int and large numbers handling (@dunglas)
- bug #22424 [Debug] Set exit status to 255 on error (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #22426 [PropertyInfo] Prevent returning int values in some cases (@dunglas)
- bug #22399 Prevent double registrations related to tag priorities (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #22396 Prevent double registrations related to tag priorities (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #22352 [HttpFoundation] Add use_strict_mode in validOptions for session (@sstok)
- bug #22351 [Yaml] don't keep internal state between parser runs (@xabbuh)
- bug #22307 [Debug] Fix php notice (@enumag)
- bug #22311 [DI] Fix second auto-registration (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #22109 [Validator] check for empty host when calling checkdnsrr() (@apetitpa)
- bug #22280 [DI] Fix the xml schema (@GuilhemN)
- bug #22282 [DI] Prevent AutowirePass from triggering irrelevant deprecations (@chalasr)
- bug #22255 [Translation] avoid creating cache files for fallback locales. (@aitboudad)
- bug #22292 Fixes #22264 - add support for Chrome headless (@redthor)
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