Symfony 3.4.36 released

Symfony 3.4.36 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #34649 more robust initialization from request (@dbu)
  • bug #34671 [Security] Fix clearing remember-me cookie after deauthentication (@chalasr)
  • bug #34711 Fix the translation commands when a template contains a syntax error (@fabpot)
  • bug #34560 [Config][ReflectionClassResource] Handle parameters with undefined constant as their default values (@fancyweb)
  • bug #34695 [Config] don't break on virtual stack frames in ClassExistenceResource (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #34716 [DependencyInjection] fix dumping number-like string parameters (@xabbuh)
  • bug #34558 [Console] Fix autocomplete multibyte input support (@fancyweb)
  • bug #34130 [Console] Fix commands description with numeric namespaces (@fancyweb)
  • bug #34632 [Console] Fix trying to access array offset on value of type int (@Tavafi)
  • bug #34668 [Cache] Make sure we get the correct number of values from redis::mget() (@thePanz)
  • bug #34533 [Monolog Bridge] Fixed accessing static property as non static. (@Sander-Toonen)
  • bug #34385 Avoid empty "If-Modified-Since" header in validation request (@mpdude)
  • bug #34458 [Validator] ConstraintValidatorTestCase: add missing return value to mocked validate method calls (@ogizanagi)
  • bug #34366 [HttpFoundation] Allow redirecting to URLs that contain a semicolon (@JayBizzle)
  • bug #34410 [HttpFoundation] Fix MySQL column type definition. (@jbroutier)
  • bug #34396 [Finder] Allow ssh2 stream wrapper for sftp (@damienalexandre)
  • bug #34381 [WebProfilerBundle] Require symfony/twig-bundle (@fancyweb)

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