A week of symfony #303 (15->21 October 2012)

This week, Symfony2 master branch eased the service container debugging and simplified the routing matcher and dumper. Meanwhile, Symfony 2.1 introduced some changes to be forward compatible with the upcoming Twig 2.x. In adition, the videos of the last Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 were published.

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symfony 1 development highlights


  • r33561: [1.4] fixed sfAutoloadAgain class when some registered autoloaders are plain functions or closures

Symfony2 development highlights

2.0 branch:

  • 959c1df: [HttpFoundation] fixed IPv6 Check in RequestMatcher (added a fallback check for ipv6 support even if sockets extension is not available)
  • bf3e358: [Form] fixed creation of multiple money fields with different currencies

2.1 branch:

  • e0a3fc1: [Routing] made the router lazy when setting the context (this avoids initializing them in the RouterListener if you never actually use them)
  • 6b66bc3, dc51984: added missing error return codes in commands
  • 8731cc3: [WebProfilerBundle] fixed macro usage (to be forward compatible with Twig 2.x)
  • cf1e02d: [Console] fixed error when mode is not in PATH
  • 8f81f07: [Form] fixed setting the 'data' option to an object in 'choice' and 'entity' type
  • 965734e: [Locale] fixed fallback locale

Master branch:

  • 2a9805e: [FrameworkBundle] added an option to debug services by tag
  • 34b60f7: [FrameworkBundle] more verbose output about service tags in container:debug command and display all tag attributes as columns in normal container:debug output
  • e54d749: [Routing] simplified php matcher dumper (and optimized generated matcher)
  • 20f19bf: [HttpKernel] added the Request locale to the RequestDataCollector

Repository summary: 5,670 watchers (#1 in PHP, #35 overall) and 1,662 forks (#1 in PHP, #14 overall).

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