Symfony 3.1.1 released

Symfony 3.1.1 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #19048 [HttpFoundation] Use UPSERT for sessions stored in PgSql >= 9.5 (nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #19042 [Cache] Fix double fetch in ProxyAdapter (nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #19038 Fix feature detection for IE (Alsciende)
  • bug #18915 [DependencyInjection] force enabling the external XML entity loaders (xabbuh)
  • bug #19020 [Form] Fixed collapsed choice attributes (HeahDude)
  • bug #19028 [Yaml] properly count skipped comment lines (xabbuh)
  • bug #19009 [WebProfilerBundle] Fix invalid CSS style (romainneutron)
  • bug #17733 [Yaml] Fix wrong line number when comments are inserted in the middle of a block. (paradajozsef)
  • bug #18909 Fixed singular of committee (peterrehm)
  • bug #18911 Fixed singular of committee (peterrehm)
  • bug #18971 Do not inject web debug toolbar on attachments (peterrehm)
  • bug #18944 [Ldap] Fixed issue with legacy client initialisation (csarrazi)
  • bug #18974 Added missing APCU CacheProvider of doctrine/cache 1.6.x (Carsten Eilers)
  • bug #18954 [HttpKernel] Fix RequestDataCollector starting the session (romainneutron)
  • bug #18949 [Security] Fix DebugAccessDecisionManager when object is not a scalar (romainneutron)
  • bug #18959 [WebProfilerBundle] Fixed forwarded request data in templates (HeahDude)
  • bug #18943 [Ldap][Security] The Ldap user provider abstract service now has the correct number of arguments (csarrazi)
  • bug #18925 [Console] Fix BC break introduced by #18101 (dunglas)
  • bug #18908 [DependencyInjection] force enabling the external XML entity loaders (xabbuh)
  • bug #18893 [DependencyInjection] Skip deep reference check for 'service_container' (RobertMe)
  • bug #18812 Catch Throwable (fprochazka)
  • bug #18821 [Form] Removed UTC specification with timestamp (francisbesset)
  • bug #18861 Fix for #18843 (inso)

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