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Symfony 2.2 introduces a new component: Stopwatch
This week, Symfony 2.0.22 and 2.1.7 security releases were published to address a potential vulnerability related to the YAML component. Meanwhile, the routing component renamed and deprecated several important options, as explained in the new Symfony 2.x to 3.0 upgrade guide.
The Symfony documentation has been improved a lot since Symfony 2.1.
Symfony 2.0.22 and Symfony 2.1.7 have just been released and they both contain security fixes for the YAML component (CVE-2013-1348 and CVE-2013-1397).
Symfony 2.2 introduces some nice performance improvement for functional tests.
Symfony 2.2 introduces a PropertyAccess component.
Symfony 2.2 introduces new URL generation options.
This week Symfony 2.2 entered into its stabilization period with the release of the first beta of Symfony 2.2.0. The development activity was huge, including the addition of PSR-3 support to the LoggerInterface, the release of a new PropertyAccess component and lots of tweaking and refactorization for the Security, Form, Validator and HttpKernel components.
The Symfony documentation about access controls was wrong. Please read carefully to understand how access control rules really work.
Symfony 2.2 introduces several interesting features to the Process Component.
Symfony 2.2 introduces autocomplete on the command line.
Todays marks the end of the development period for Symfony 2.2.
This week the Console component added support for a cool new feature: autocompletion. Meanwhile, the development versions started adding support for the upcoming PHP 5.5 version. In addition, the official Symfony repository surpassed the 6,000th stargazer milestone.