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A Week of Symfony #686 (17-23 February 2020)

This week, Symfony development activity focused on fixing small issues and implementing features such as caching choice lists in forms. Meanwhile, the SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2020 conference published more details about the activities we'll organize to celebrate Symfony's 15th anniversary. Finally, SymfonyLive Paris 2020 conference announced its full schedule and SymfonyLive Lille 2020 conference will take place next week.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 83 pull requests were merged (19 in code and 64 in docs) and 53 issues were closed (28 in code and 25 in docs). Excluding merges, 41 authors made 2,017 additions and 398 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • 7225a01: [Workflow] fixed the Graphviz dumper command
  • a81cbc9: [Ldap] force default network timeout
  • 212841b: [Config] don't throw on missing excluded paths
  • aa3637d: [Security] prevent TypeError in case RememberMetoken has no attached user
  • 8197d9a: [PhpUnitBridge] use trait instead of extending deprecated class
  • 643f34f: [DoctrineBridge] fix indexBy with custom and some core types
  • 1676e3a: [ExpressionLanguage] fixed collisions of character operators with object properties
  • 5867c7e: [Validator] updated the Polish translations

4.4 changelog:

  • 88b89c9: [Routing] add locale requirement for localized routes

5.0 changelog:

  • bd42f12: [Notifier] remove not needed argument $bus in BrowserChannel notify
  • 93ccd28: [FrameworkBundle] skip notifiers tags in UnusedTagsPass

Master changelog:

  • 2b68d53: [Notifier] added Sinch texter transport
  • baf4245: [Messenger] add missing return in AmazonSqsReceiver getMessageCount
  • d33a483: [String] allow to keep the last word when truncating a text
  • f01bbc7: [Validator] add the divisibleBy option to the Count constraint
  • 269c4a2: [Form] added support for caching choice lists based on options

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