A week of symfony #348 (26 August -> 1 September 2013)

This week, Symfony 2.2.6 and Symfony 2.3.4 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, the upcoming Symfony 2.4 version, which will be released in November, continued adding cool features, such as: logs in console, better error messages, expressions for service definitions and new Request events.

Symfony2 development highlights

2.2 changelog:

  • f936b41: [Security] fixed clearToken exception is thrown at wrong place
  • d463e25: [SecurityBundle] moved format-dependent tests from SecurityExtensionTest
  • 4922a80: [FrameworkBundle] added support for double-quoted strings in the extractor
  • 91234cd: [HttpKernel] changed fragment URLs to be relative by default
  • 96bb731: [DependencyInjection] optimized circular reference checker
  • c931eb7: [HttpKernel] fixed route parameters storage in the Request data collector
  • 96a4b00: [BrowserKit] fixed headers when redirecting if history is set to false
  • 64e1655: [BrowserKit] removed some headers when redirecting a request
  • 2d34e78: [BrowserKit] fixed method/files/content when redirecting a request

2.3 changelog:

  • 39b610d: clear lazy loading initializer after the service is successfully initialized

Master changelog:

  • 0a338f5: [Security] keep other query string parameters when switching users
  • d146461: [ClassLoader] deprecated the DebugClassLoader as it has been moved to the Debug component instead
  • 4c9e606: [DependencyInjection] added ContainerAwareTrait to add default container aware behavior to a class
  • aef78f2, 42f0596: [HttpFoundation] improved test coverage
  • f3e5994, fc15c70: [Debug] fixed typo that prevented smart errors for class not found errors to work
  • dd8014a: replaced sha1 and md5 hashing with sha256 algorithm

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A week of symfony #348 (26 August -> 1 September 2013) symfony.com/blog/a-week-of-symfony-348-26-august-1-september-2013

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thanks Javier, nice update

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