Symfony 3.1.10 released
Warning: Symfony 3.1 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 3.1.10 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #21431 [DoctrineBridge] always check for all fields to be mapped (xabbuh)
- bug #21360 [PropertyAccess] Handle interfaces in the invalid argument exception (fancyweb)
- bug #21403 [DI] Fix defaults overriding empty strings in AutowirePass (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #21401 [Debug] Workaround "null" $context (nicolas-grekas)
- bug #21372 [DependencyInjection] Fixed variadic method parameter in autowired classes (brainexe)
- bug #21333 [HttpKernel] Fix ArgumentValueResolver for arguments default null (chalasr)
- bug #20871 [HttpKernel] Give higher priority to adding request formats (akeeman)
- bug #21332 [PropertyInfo] Don't try to access a property thru a static method (dunglas)
- bug #21331 [PropertyInfo] Exclude static methods form properties guessing (dunglas)
- bug #21291 [Ldap] Ldap username case fix (quentinus95)
- bug #21288 [Doctrine Bridge] fix UniqueEntityValidator for composite object primary keys (dmaicher, HeahDude)
- bug #21285 [TwigBundle] do not lose already set method calls (xabbuh)
- bug #21279 `#20411 <https://github.com/symfony/symfony/issues/20411>`_ fix Yaml parsing for very long quoted strings (RichardBradley)
- bug #21269 [Cache] Using strpbrk() instead of strcspn() is faster (nicolas-grekas)
WARNING: 3.1.10 is the last version for the Symfony 3.1 branch. If some of your projects are still using this version, consider upgrading as soon as possible. However, if you can't upgrade soon, note that we still provide security issue releases according to our release policy.
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