Symfony 2.3.33 released

Warning: Symfony 2.3 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.

Symfony 2.3.33 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #15821 [EventDispatcher] fix memory leak in getListeners (Tobion)
  • bug #15826 [Finder] Optimize the hot-path (nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #15802 [Finder] Handle filtering of recursive iterators and use it to skip looping over excluded directories (nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #15803 [Finder] Exclude files based on path before applying the sorting (stof)
  • bug #13794 [DomCrawler] Invalid uri created from forms if base tag present (danez)
  • bug #15637 Use ObjectManager interface instead of EntityManager (gnat42)
  • bug #14802 [HttpKernel] fix broken multiline <esi:remove> (sstok)
  • bug #14841 [DoctrineBridge] Fixed #14840 (saksmt)
  • bug #15770 [Yaml] Fix the parsing of float keys (jmgq)
  • bug #15771 [Console] Ensure the console output is only detected as decorated when both stderr and stdout support colors (Seldaek)
  • bug #15750 Add tests to the recently added exceptions thrown from YamlFileLoaders (jakzal)
  • bug #15718 Fix that two DirectoryResources with different patterns would be deduplicated (mpdude)
  • bug #14916 [WebProfilerBundle] Added tabindex="-1" to not interfer with normal UX (drAlberT)
  • bug #15725 Dispatch console.terminate after console.exception (Seldaek)
  • bug #15731 improve exceptions when parsing malformed files (xabbuh)
  • bug #15729 [Kernel] Integer version constants (Tobion)
  • bug #15527 [Translator][fallback catalogues] fixed circular reference. (aitboudad)

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