A week of symfony #475 (01-07 February 2016)

This week Symfony focused on fixing minor bugs and implementing some tweaks. The Yaml dump() method gained support for adding flags to tweak its output. In addition, we removed readline support from the Console component because it didn't work flawlessly. Meanwhile, the Symfony backlog cleaning process continued with more than 40 issues closed and 25 pull requests merged.

Symfony development highlights

2.3 changelog:

  • 90455df: [Process] fixed transient tests for incremental outputs
  • 4f865c7: [DependencyInjection] check files before adding them as resources
  • 047c195: [TwigBridge] forward compatibility with Yaml 3.1

2.7 changelog:

  • a45e8bb: [Routing] added a suggestion to add the HttpFoundation component
  • 9983cfb: [Twig Bridge] fixed the Bootstrap form theme for inlined checkbox/radio

2.8 changelog:

  • 0e45a4a: [Console] removed readline support

3.0 changelog:

  • 1a58639: [DependencyInjection] removed unused parameter

Master changelog:

  • 4422103: [FrameworkBundle] register the SerializerExtractor in PropertyInfo
  • 286103b: [Yaml] dump customization option with dumper flags
  • 8605417: [Cache] don't clone, serialize
  • 293df5d: [FrameworkBundle] fixed assets and templating tests
  • 3e762a6: [Config] improved FileResource and DirectoryResource

Newest issues and pull requests

Twig development highlights

Master changelog:

  • d3c3c60: added hasser support to getAttribute()

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Is it possible to link the merge commits instead of the commits itself?
Because sometimes I want to see the PR discussion, and I have to search for the corresponding PR by myself on github.

Example: https://github.com/symfony/symfony/commit/047c1953d2c9f2005b367a27ad403c9ee3be64ab
There is no link to the PR. So this merge commit link would be more useful:

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