A week of symfony #306 (5->11 November 2012)

This week, Symfony 2.2 branch moved the Stopwatch classes to their own new component. In addition, the Stopwatch now displays detailed information about the memory consumption for every Symfony part. Lastly, Twig 1.11.0 version was released, which includes the cool new template_from_string function.

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Symfony2 development highlights

2.0 branch:

  • 762649f, 9aec4c8: [Console] display correct class names InputOption and InputArgument in error messages
  • dc80385, 8fb334f: [Form] fixed NumberToLocalizedStringTransformer to accept both comma and dot as decimal separator

2.1 branch:

  • 208e134: [FrameworkBundle] Router skip defaults resolution for arrays
  • 4909bc3: [Form] fixed forms not to be marked invalid if their children are already marked invalid
  • e34fb41: [HttpFoundation] moved the HTTP protocol check from StreamedResponse to Response
  • c2a8a0b: [HttpFoundation] fixed PDO session handler for Oracle
  • 84b760b: [HttpKernel] fixed Client when using StreamedResponses
  • 0f75586: [Form] removed an exception that prevented valid formats from being passed

Master branch:

  • 6b601bd: [HttpFoudation] better accept header parsing
  • e193590: [Security] removed the 401 error custom status message
  • 1d3ecd3, ded3a83: revised Mongo session storage (use MongoDate instead of MongoTimestamp, rename default field names, default to _id for storing session ID)
  • 02bd359, af87c2b: changed the Firewall and Remember Me listener to be proper subscribers
  • f3acc06: added float support for transchoice in the Translation Component
  • d231b8f: [ClassLoader] made ApcClassLoader properly decorate ClassLoader
  • 380cf4f: [HttpKernel] added memory information in the Stopwatch
  • 6b54a51: moved the Stopwatch classes to their own component
  • 4c0c588: stop being optimistic about memory usage and start taking into account the memory used in the kernel.terminate listeners

Repository summary: 5,730 watchers (#1 in PHP, #35 overall) and 1,719 forks (#1 in PHP, #15 overall).

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