Symfony 3.3.5 released
Symfony 3.3.5 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #23549 [PropertyInfo] conflict for phpdocumentor/reflection-docblock 3.2 (@xabbuh)
- bug #23513 [FrameworkBundle] Set default public directory on install assets (@yceruto)
- security #23507 [Security] validate empty passwords again (@xabbuh)
- bug #23526 [HttpFoundation] Set meta refresh time to 0 in RedirectResponse content (@jnvsor)
- bug #23535 Make server: commands work out of the box with the public/ root dir (@fabpot)
- bug #23540 Disable inlining deprecated services (@alekitto)
- bug #23498 [Process] Fixed issue between process builder and exec (@lyrixx)
- bug #23490 [DependencyInjection] non-conflicting anonymous service ids across files (@xabbuh)
- bug #23468 [DI] Handle root namespace in service definitions (@ro0NL)
- bug #23477 [Process] Fix parsing args on Windows (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #23256 [Security] Fix authentication.failure event not dispatched on AccountStatusException (@chalasr)
- bug #23461 Use rawurlencode() to transform the Cookie into a string (@javiereguiluz)
- bug #23465 [HttpKernel][VarDumper] Truncate profiler data & optim perf (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #23457 [FrameworkBundle] check _controller attribute is a string before parsing it (@alekitto)
- bug #23459 [TwigBundle] allow to configure custom formats in XML configs (@xabbuh)
- bug #23460 Don't display the Symfony debug toolbar when printing the page (@javiereguiluz)
- bug #23469 [FrameworkBundle] do not wire namespaces for the ArrayAdapter (@xabbuh)
- bug #23434 [DotEnv] Fix variable substitution (@brieucthomas)
- bug #23426 Fixed HttpOnly flag when using Cookie::fromString() (@Toflar)
- bug #22439 [DX] [TwigBundle] Enhance the new exception page design (@sustmi)
- bug #23417 [DI][Security] Prevent unwanted deprecation notices when using Expression Languages (@dunglas)
- bug #23261 Fixed absolute url generation for query strings and hash urls (@alexander-schranz)
- bug #23398 [Filesystem] Dont copy perms when origin is remote (@nicolas-grekas)
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