Symfony 2.7.16 released
Symfony 2.7.16 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #19470 undefined offset fix (#19406) (ReenExe)
- bug #19300 [HttpKernel] Use flock() for HttpCache's lock files (mpdude)
- bug #19428 [Process] Fix write access check for pipes on Windows (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19397 [HttpFoundation] HttpCache refresh stale responses containing an ETag (maennchen)
- bug #19426 [Form] Fix the money form type render with Bootstrap3 (Th3Mouk)
- bug #19425 [BrowserKit] Uppercase the "GET" method in redirects (jakzal)
- bug #19384 Fix PHP 7.1 related failures (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19379 [VarDumper] Fix for PHP 7.1 (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19369 Fix the DBAL session handler version check for Postgresql (stof)
- bug #19368 [VarDumper] Fix dumping jsons casted as arrays (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19334 [Security] Fix the retrieval of the last username when using forwarding (stof)
- bug #19321 [HttpFoundation] Add OPTIONS and TRACE to the list of safe methods (dunglas)
- bug #19317 [BrowserKit] Update Client::getAbsoluteUri() for query string only URIs (georaldc)
- bug #19298 [ClassLoader] Fix declared classes being computed when not needed (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19316 [Validator] Added additional MasterCard range to the CardSchemeValidator (Dennis Væversted)
- bug #19290 [HttpKernel] fixed internal subrequests having an if-modified-since-header (MalteWunsch)
- bug #19306 [Form] fixed bug - name in ButtonBuilder (cheprasov)
- bug #19267 [Validator] UuidValidator must accept a Uuid constraint. (hhamon)
- bug #19186 Fix for #19183 to add support for new PHP MongoDB extension in sessions. (omanizer)
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