A Week of Symfony #628 (7-13 January 2019)

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This week, thanks to the low development activity, we enabled the usage of the PHP short array notation on Symfony code. In the coming weeks we'll update all our code at once to minimize merge conflicts. Meanwhile, the community proposed some Security-related improvements about Remember me config and IS_AUTHENTICATED_* attributes.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 17 pull requests were merged (11 in code and 6 in docs) and 26 issues were closed (23 in code and 3 in docs). Excluding merges, 16 authors made 430 additions and 89 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • cb07a3b: allowed the PHP short array notation
  • a5c52b8: [Console] fixed phpdoc for InputOption shortcut

Master changelog:

  • 29b151b: [VarDumper] added caster for OpenSSL X.509 resources

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Short array syntax, this makes it a bit easier to contribute! Great news to wake up to

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