Symfony 2.7.17 released
Symfony 2.7.17 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #19794 [VarDumper] Various minor fixes & cleanups (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19751 Fixes the calendar in constructor to handle null (wakqasahmed)
- bug #19388 [Validator][GroupSequence] fixed GroupSequence validation ignores PropetyMetadata of parent classes (Sandro Hopf)
- bug #19601 [FrameworkBundle] Added friendly exception when constraint validator class does not exist (yceruto)
- bug #19580 [Validator] fixed duplicate constraints with parent class interfaces (dmaicher)
- bug #19647 [Debug] Swap dumper services at bootstrap (lyrixx)
- bug #19685 [DI] Include dynamic services in alternatives (ro0NL)
- bug #19702 [Debug][HttpKernel][VarDumper] Prepare for committed 7.2 changes (aka "small-bc-breaks") (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19704 [DependencyInjection] PhpDumper::isFrozen inconsistency (allflame)
- bug #19666 Verify explicitly that the request IP is a valid IPv4 address (nesk)
- bug #19660 Disable CLI color for Windows 10 greater than 10.0.10586 (mlocati)
- bug #19663 Exception details break the layout (Dionysis Arvanitis)
- bug #19651 [HttpKernel] Fix HttpCache validation HTTP method (tgalopin)
- bug #19623 [VarDumper] Fix dumping continuations (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19549 [HttpFoundation] fixed Request::getContent() reusage bug (1ma)
- bug #19373 [Form] Skip CSRF validation on form when POST max size is exceeded (jameshalsall)
- bug #19541 Fix #19531 [Form] DateType fails parsing when midnight is not a valid time (mbeccati)
- bug #19579 [Process] Strengthen Windows pipe files opening (again...) (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19564 Added class existence check if is_subclass_of() fails in compiler passes (SCIF)
- bug #19522 [SwiftMailerBridge] Fix flawed deprecation message (chalasr)
- bug #19510 [Process] Fix double-fread() when reading unix pipes (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19508 [Process] Fix AbstractPipes::write() for a situation seen on HHVM (at least) (nicolas-grekas)
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