Symfony 3.4.30 released

Symfony 3.4.30 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #32503 Fix multiSelect ChoiceQuestion when answers have spaces (@IceMaD)
  • bug #32688 [Yaml] fix inline handling when dumping tagged values (@xabbuh)
  • bug #32644 [WebProfileBundle] Avoid getting right to left style (@Arman-Hosseini)
  • bug #32679 [Intl] relax some date parser patterns (@xabbuh)
  • bug #31303 [VarDumper] Use ReflectionReference for determining if a key is a reference (php >= 7.4) (@dorumd, @nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #32485 [Validator] Added support for validation of giga values (@kernig)
  • bug #32572 Bump minimum version of symfony/phpunit-bridge (@fancyweb)
  • bug #32438 [Serializer] XmlEncoder: don't cast padded strings (@ogizanagi)
  • bug #32579 [Config] Do not use absolute path when computing the vendor freshness (@lyrixx)
  • bug #32563 Container::getServiceIds() should return strings (@mathroc)
  • bug #32466 [Config] Fix for signatures of typed properties (@tvandervorm)
  • bug #32500 [Debug][DebugClassLoader] Include found files instead of requiring them (@fancyweb)
  • bug #32464 [WebProfilerBundle] Fix Twig 1.x compatibility (@yceruto)
  • bug #31620 [FrameworkBundle] Inform the user when sav _path will be ignored (@gnat42)
  • bug #32096 Don't assume port 0 for X-Forwarded-Port (@alexbowers, @xabbuh)
  • bug #31267 [Translator] Load plurals from mo files properly (@Stadly)
  • bug #31266 [Translator] Load plurals from po files properly (@Stadly)
  • bug #32421 [EventDispatcher] Add tag on 'debug.even _dispatcher' service (@lyrixx)
  • bug #32379 [SecurityBundle] conditionally register services (@xabbuh)
  • bug #32363 [FrameworkBundle] reset cache pools between requests (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #32365 [DI] fix processing of regular parameter bags by MergeExtensionConfigurationPass (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #32187 [PHPUnit] Fixed composer error on Windows (@misterx)
  • bug #32206 Catch JsonException and rethrow in JsonEncode (@phil-davis)
  • bug #32200 [Security/Core] work around sodiu _compat issue (@nicolas-grekas)

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