A Week of Symfony #678 (23-29 December 2019)

This week, Symfony 4.4 migrated the server:log command away from the deprecated WebServerBundle. Meanwhile, the upcoming Symfony 5.1 version merged several performance improvements, such as adding an array cache in front of the serializer cache. In addition, it improved developer experience when using Search, Email and Tel form types.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 26 pull requests were merged (23 in code and 3 in docs) and 22 issues were closed (19 in code and 3 in docs). Excluding merges, 22 authors made 1,071 additions and 97 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • 1908434: [Console] fixed filtering out identical alternatives when there is a command loader
  • 0102ff4: [Validator] added the missing translations for the Chinese (Taiwan) (zh_TW) locale
  • cee47ce: [Translation] use locale_parse() for computing fallback locales

4.3 changelog:

  • 8855082: [Messenger] use spaces correctly to display options in DebugCommand
  • 9876de2: [VarDumper] fixed undefined index argv when using CliContextProvider
  • b6403d8: [Cache] do not overwrite variable value
  • f3d8fd2: [HttpClient] fixed scheduling pending NativeResponse

4.4 changelog:

  • aac9ca2: [DependencyInjection] handle \Closure for callable in CheckTypeDeclarationsPass
  • fd81bb8: [Security] fixed missing defaults for auto-migrating encoders
  • 63dd7a3: [Monolog] migrate server:log command away from WebServerBundle

5.0 changelog:

  • 52395db: [Notifier] added phpdoc types to supported schemes method
  • 9095838: [String] removed unneeded flag in chunk regex pattern in UnicodeString

Master changelog:

  • cdaebf6: [Serializer] added array cache in front of serializer cache
  • d021ff1: [String] added the reverse() method
  • b138fbc: [Form] added default inputmode attribute to Search, Email and Tel form types
  • 9f74fb0: [Console] improve speed NullOutput

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