Symfony 2.8.13 released
Symfony 2.8.13 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #20289 Fix edge case with StreamedResponse where headers are sent twice (Nicofuma)
- bug #20267 [DependencyInjection] A decorated service should not keep the autowiring types (chalasr)
- bug #20278 [DependencyInjection] merge tags instead of completely replacing them (xabbuh)
- bug #20271 Changes related to Twig 1.27 (fabpot)
- bug #20252 Trim constant values in XmlFileLoader (lstrojny)
- bug #20253 [TwigBridge] Use non-deprecated Twig_Node::getTemplateLine() (fabpot)
- bug #20243 [WebProfilerBundle][btn-link] add cursor: pointer (aitboudad)
- bug #20175 [VarDumper] Fix source links with latests Twig versions (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #20235 [DomCrawler] Allow pipe (|) character in link tags when using Xpath expressions (klausi, nicolas-grekas)
- bug #20224 [Twig] removed deprecations added in Twig 1.27 (fabpot)
- bug #19478 fixed Filesystem:makePathRelative and added 2 more testcases (muhammedeminakbulut)
- bug #20218 [HttpFoundation] no 304 response if method is not cacheable (xabbuh)
- bug #20207 [DependencyInjection] move tags from decorated to decorating service (xabbuh)
- bug #20205 [HttpCache] fix: do not cache OPTIONS request (dmaicher)
- bug #20146 [Validator] Prevent infinite loop in PropertyMetadata (wesleylancel)
- bug #20184 [FrameworkBundle] Convert null prefix to an empty string in translation:update (chalasr)
- bug #20154 [PropertyInfo] Fix edge cases in ReflectionExtractor (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #19725 [Security] $attributes can be anything, but RoleVoter assumes strings (Jonatan Männchen)
- bug #20127 [HttpFoundation] JSONP callback validation (ro0NL)
- bug #20163 add missing use statement (xabbuh)
- bug #19961 [Console] Escape question text and default value in SymfonyStyle::ask() (chalasr)
- bug #20141 [Console] Fix validation of empty values using SymfonyQuestionHelper::ask() (chalasr)
- bug #20147 [FrameworkBundle] Alter container class instead of kernel name in cache:clear command (nicolas-grekas)
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