Symfony 2.2.0 Beta 2 released

Two weeks after the release of the first beta, Symfony 2.2.0 Beta 2 has just been released. This is the last beta version of 2.2.0 and the next one will be the first release candidate.

If there are any critical bugs or pull requests that must be included in 2.2.0 because they break backward compatibility, please let us know.

Since beta 1, we have been hard at work with more than 320 commits coming from 66 developers.

Have a look at the UPGRADE diff since beta1 or the new optional changes you can do in your application to be compatible with Symfony 3.0.

Want to test it? Follow the instructions that were provided in the beta1 announcement.

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Thanks. Update in progress ... :)
Great news!
Already upgrading. Thanks for the hard work!
Symfony 3.0 ?
Great news!
Great job! Just updated my project, I had to use doctrine/doctrine-bundle: 1.2.*@dev to make it all work, 1.0.* won't work.
I get an error:

Fatal error: Class Symfony\Bridge\Monolog\Logger contains 5 abstract methods and
must therefore be declared abstract or implement the remaining methods (Psr\Log
\LoggerInterface::emergency, Psr\Log\LoggerInterface::critical, Psr\Log\LoggerIn....
Also changing monolog to 1.3.0 and bunmdle to 2.2.x-dev is not work. I am stuck at this point. For now, i excluded monolog but urgently need it.
by symfony 3.0 i think fabian mean symfony 2.3. it doesn't feel right according to roadmap of symfony version releases.
no, he does mean 3.0
there are no immediate plans to begin with a Symfony 3.0 but this file is sort of a todo list of things we would like to change when we do start on 3.0.
great news
Hello i am french, i am sorry for my bad english, Symfony is great, but can you put a tutorial: "How to create Autentication custom for connect to Active Directory with form login", because it's very difficult.

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