A Week of Symfony #682 (20-26 January 2020)

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This week, Symfony published the 3.4.37, 4.3.10, 4.4.3 and 5.0.3 maintenance versions. Meanwhile, SymfonyLive Lille 2020 conference published its full schedule.

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This week, 31 pull requests were merged (26 in code and 5 in docs) and 26 issues were closed (24 in code and 2 in docs). Excluding merges, 20 authors made 1,068 additions and 242 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • ff174df: [PhpUnitBridge] removed some unneeded code
  • fb0be81: [Security] use supportsClass in addition to UnsupportedUserException

4.3 changelog:

  • 79d9bda: [Yaml] throw on unquoted exclamation mark
  • a1eb0d3: [Cache] fixed checking for igbinary availability
  • a1e105e: [DoctrineBridge] improved condition for exception text in ManagerRegistry to avoid confusion
  • d695b43: Fix displaying anonymous classes on PHP >= 7.4.2

4.4 changelog:

  • 9ca8720: [FrameworkBundle] move new messages to intl domain when possible
  • e21b153: [DependencyInjection] fixed EnvVar not loaded when Loader requires an env var
  • 79a7b8b: [HttpKernel] check if lock can be released
  • d2829c0: [FrameworkBundle] add --show-arguments example to debug:container command help text
  • 2fd34ce: [WebProfilerBundle] fixes a runtime error when accessing the cache panel

5.0 changelog:

  • 0dcf2fc: [String] add missing encoding when calling mb_ord()
  • 940bba0: [Security] fixed RememberMe with null password
  • aae900a: [Filesystem] chown and chgrp should also accept int as owner and group

Master changelog:

  • e21b153: [DependencyInjection] fixed EnvVar not loaded when Loader requires an env var
  • c4d15bc: [WebProfilerBundle] added profiler links in the Web Profiler HttpClient panel
  • 07818f2: [HttpClient] collect the body of responses when possible

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