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A Week of Symfony #694 (13-19 April 2020)

This week Symfony celebrated a new edition of its SymfonyLive Online Conference. Talks focused on the Symfony Notifier component and the PHP class preloading in Symfony applications. In addition, the SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2020 conference announced that its early bird registration is open until April 27th.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 47 pull requests were merged (27 in code and 20 in docs) and 46 issues were closed (30 in code and 16 in docs). Excluding merges, 28 authors made 1,964 additions and 3,169 deletions. See details for code and docs.

3.4 changelog:

  • 41c93b6: [DependencyInjection] fixed loading defaults when using the PHP-DSL
  • f702863: [Form] RepeatedType should always have inner types mapped
  • 17bbaa5: [Cache] avoid memory leak in TraceableAdapter::reset()
  • 0f1a5c4: [Form] fixed handling groups sequence validation
  • a347a84: [SecurityBundle] fixed accepting env vars in remember-me configurations
  • 62565a1: [HttpFoundation] workaround PHP bug in the session module

4.4 changelog:

  • efb0dee: [Messenger] make sure Redis transports are initialized correctly
  • 14a2046: [PhpUnitBridge] add PolyfillTestCaseTrait::expectExceptionMessageMatches to provide forward compatibility with recent phpunit versions
  • 3aa7f0c: [Mailer] fixes related to From sender

5.0 changelog:

  • 6f81e03: [Mime] ensure proper line-ending for SMIME

Master changelog:

  • 0933f90: [Mailer, Messenger] add return statement for MessageHandler
  • d5fd44d: [WebProfilerBundle] make a difference between queued and sent emails
  • b2f210f: [HttpFoundation] added InputBag
  • a85545f: [Cache] added context to log messages
  • 67948a7: [Messenger] added FIFO support to the SQS transport
  • 2460ca5: [RedisMessengerBridge] add a delete_after_ack option

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