Symfony 3.2.6 released

Warning: Symfony 3.2 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.

Symfony 3.2.6 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #21930 [Cache] Cached files rely on umask (@4rthem)
  • bug #21946 Use PHPUnit 5.4 instead of 5.3 (@j0k3r)
  • bug #21936 [PropertyAccess] Use ArrayAdapter in debug mode (@chalasr)

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Is there a special reason for this update? I mean so soon after 3.2.5 one day earlier?
@Dennis, my guess most likely something was missed in the previous update, don't think its anything serious though because security updates get emphasized more. Don't forget Symfony maintains a Long Term Support version (currently 2.8.18) for the (few?) apps that absolutely must prioritize very long support over new features.
This one has been released so soon after the previous one because of the PHPUnit fix.
@Don Omondi @Fabien Potencier, clear! Thanks for the update!

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