A week of symfony #541 (8-14 May 2017)

This week, Symfony continued tweaking and polishing the new Dependency Injection features introduced for Symfony 3.3. Meanwhile, the KernelTestCase class added a feature to define the kernel class instead of the kernel directory, which will be useful when using Symfony Flex.

Symfony development highlights

2.7 changelog:

  • 62cb443: [DependencyInjection] fixed PhpDumper blank lines around namespace
  • 71efe3f: [FrameworkBundle] adding the XML extension as a requirement
  • 0ad2f2e: [FrameworkBundle] do not try registering bundles twice in AbstractConfigCommand
  • 05240ce: [Console] fixed errors not rethrown even if not handled by console.error listeners
  • 2a288db: [Security] avoid unnecessary route lookup for empty logout path

3.2 changelog:

  • 8f4eb92: [Yaml] respect inline level when dumping objects as maps

Master changelog:

  • 3646d08: [FrameworkBundle] allow to provide the kernel class with a var in KernelTestCase
  • f389fa3: [Workflow] moved Twig extension registration to Twig Bundle
  • ca509ea: [DependencyInjection] fixed index args bug with ResolveNamedArgumentsPass
  • ae9bda1: [FrameworkBundle] fiex "Locale class not found" in AboutCommand
  • a3f7860: [DependencyInjection] do not throw autowiring exceptions for a service that will be removed
  • b33f1df: [DependencyInjection] fixed a bug where abstract classes were wired with the prototype loader
  • 83114ad: [Security] fixed TraceableAccessDecisionManager / DebugAccessDecisionManager BC layer
  • 1503f3d: [DependencyInjection] made the RegisterControllerArgumentLocatorsPass throw exception on bad types
  • 8d27128: [TwigBundle] removed ClassExistenceResource usage
  • 489fd07: [DependencyInjection] added autowire alias for AuthenticationUtils
  • d975419: [TwigBundle] service workflow.twig_extension should stay public

Newest issues and pull requests

Twig development highlights

Master changelog:

Silex development highlights

Master changelog:

  • 74a6de7: fixed WebTestCase compatibility with PHPUnit 6+

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