Living on the Edge
A series of posts showcasing the new features introduced by each Symfony version.
Symfony 2.6 will introduce a new LockHandler that provides a simple abstraction to lock anything by means of a file lock. It's most common use case is to avoid race conditions by locking commands, so the same command cannot be executed concurrently by different processes.
Starting from Symfony 2.6, the behavior of the assets:install command will be smarter. Now, when your system doesn't support symbolic links or if there is any other problem, the command will silently fall back to make a hard copy of the assets and it will inform you about this.
Symfony 2.6 will include a new security:check command, which looks for known security vulnerabilities in your project's dependencies.
Symfony 2.6 adds support for embedding notes in XLIFF files. This will allow to include contextual information to improve translations.
Symfony 2.6 adds the slice() method to DomCrawler component to make node filtering much more simplified and cleaner.
Symfony ACL allows to manage user permissions to suit the most complex security needs. The major drawback of ACL is that the code required to deal with permissions is too verbose. To help you manage and debug ACL, Symfony 2.6 will introduce a new command called acl:set.
As of Symfony 2.6, you can use the KiB (kibibyte) and MiB (mebibytes) binary units to set the maximum file size of the FileValidator constraint.
YAML component will add support for objet-maps starting from the 2.6 version. This will make Symfony get closer to full support of the YAML 1.2 specification.
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