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A Week of Symfony #618 (29 October - 4 November 2018)

This week, Symfony 2.8.47, 3.4.18 and 4.1.7 maintenance versions were released. In addition, the first beta of Symfony 4.2 was released, including recently added new features like some debug:autowiring command improvements.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 51 pull requests were merged (35 in code and 16 in docs) and 31 issues were closed (22 in code and 9 in docs). Excluding merges, 26 authors made 17,135 additions and 5,508 deletions. See details for code and docs.

2.8 changelog:

  • 36e2983: [Console] removed duplicate condition
  • 5a2969c: fixed ini_get() for boolean values

3.4 changelog:

  • 5d11205: [DependencyInjection] fixed tags on multiple decorated service

Master changelog:

  • 3263175: [FrameworkBundle] made debug:autowiring list useful services and their description
  • 2cd1e11: [Messenger] made TraceableMiddleware decorate a StackInterface instead of each middleware to free the callstack from noisy frames
  • 225746b: [Messenger] mark the component as experimental for 4.2
  • d2b8014: [Messenger] made senders and handlers subscribing to parent interfaces receive all matching messages (wildcard included)
  • d699036: [DependencyInjection] use filter_var() instead of XmlUtils::phpize() in EnvVarProcessor
  • 79bbee2: [VarDumper] added a caster for Memcached

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A Week of Symfony #618 (29 October - 4 November 2018) symfony.com/blog/a-week-of-symfony-618-29-october-4-november-2018

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