A Week of Symfony #644 (29 April - 5 May 2019)

This week, Symfony 3.4.27 and 4.2.8 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, the upcoming Symfony 4.3 version continued working on polishing its new features, specially those related to timezones.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 54 pull requests were merged (40 in code and 14 in docs) and 28 issues were closed (25 in code and 3 in docs). Excluding merges, 24 authors made 23,738 additions and 10,183 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • 885d08c: [Workflow] fixed dumping when many transition with same name exist
  • e197c9a: [Validator] updated Japanese translation

4.2 changelog:

  • e0b5fb2: [Monolog Bridge] fixed the call to a member function format() on string in ConsoleFormatter
  • 0c3c21a: [FrameworkBundle] made debug:container and debug:autowiring ignore starting backslash in service ID

Master changelog:

  • ac4b322: [Intl] added timezone offset utilities
  • 1f388ae: [Intl] updated timezones to ICU 64.2 + compile zone to country mapping
  • b817c6e: [Form] removed default option grouping in TimezoneType
  • 707b1df: [WebServerBundle] changed the default pidfile location to cache directory
  • 7cd1bdd: [DependencyInjection] improved exception message on missing $ of named argument
  • fd755b4: [Translator] add sources when dumping qt files
  • 0c78413: [FrameworkBundle] allowed env variables in scoped_client base_uri
  • 8fdcd6e: [Intl] compile localized timezone offset name
  • fdeb93e: [Messenger] added failure transport support
  • 2b923a7: [Validator] allowed intl timezones
  • 1e35f24: [Messenger] RoutableMessageBus route to default bus
  • d4baa71: [Form] keep preferred choices order in ChoiceType

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A Week of Symfony #644 (29 April - 5 May 2019) symfony.com/blog/a-week-of-symfony-644-29-april-5-may-2019

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