Symfony 2.7.19 released
Symfony 2.7.19 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #20102 [Validator] Url validator not validating hosts ending in a number (gwkunze)
- bug #20132 Use "more entropy" option for uniqid() (javiereguiluz)
- bug #20122 [Validator] Reset constraint options (ro0NL)
- bug #20116 fixed AddConstraintValidatorsPass config (fabpot)
- bug #20078 Fix #19943 Make sure to process each interface metadata only once (lemoinem)
- bug #20080 [Form] compound forms without children should be considered rendered implicitly (backbone87)
- bug #20086 [VarDumper] Fix PHP 7.1 compat (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #20077 [Process] silent file operation to avoid open basedir issues (xabbuh)
- bug #20079 fixed Twig support for 1.26 and 2.0 (fabpot)
- bug #19951 [Finder] Trim trailing directory slash in ExcludeDirectoryFilterIterator (ro0NL)
- bug #20010 [DX] Fixed regression when exception message swallowed when logging it. (Koc)
- bug #19983 [TwigBridge] removed Twig null nodes (deprecated as of Twig 1.25) (fabpot)
- bug #19946 [Console] Fix parsing optionnal options with empty value in argv (chalasr)
- bug #19636 [Finder] no PHP warning on empty directory iteration (ggottwald)
- bug #19923 [bugfix] [Console] Set Input::$interactive to false when command is executed with --quiet as verbosity level (phansys)
- bug #19811 Fixed the nullable support for php 7.1 and below (2.7, 2.8, 3.0) (iltar)
- bug #19904 [Form] Fixed collapsed ChoiceType options attributes (HeahDude)
- bug #19908 [Config] Handle open_basedir restrictions in FileLocator (Nicofuma)
- bug #19922 [Yaml][TwigBridge] Use JSON_UNESCAPED_SLASHES for lint commands output (chalasr)
- bug #19928 [Validator] Update IpValidatorTest data set with a valid reserved IP (jakzal)
- bug #19813 [Console] fixed PHP7 Errors are now handled and converted to Exceptions (fonsecas72)
- bug #19879 [Form] Incorrect timezone with DateTimeLocalizedStringTransformer (mbeccati)
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