Symfony 3.4.44 released
Warning: Symfony 3.4 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 3.4.44 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #37949 [Yaml] fix more numeric cases changing in PHP 8 (@xabbuh)
- bug #37921 [Yaml] account for i _numeric() behavior changes in PHP 8 (@xabbuh)
- bug #37912 [ExpressionLanguage] fix passing arguments to cal _use _fun _array() on PHP 8 (@xabbuh)
- bug #37853 [Validator] ensure that the validator is a mock object for backwards-compatibility (@xabbuh)
- bug #37845 [Serializer] Fix variadic support when using type hints (@fabpot)
- bug #37725 [Form] Fix Guess phpdoc return type (@franmomu)
- bug #37771 Use PHPUnit 9.3 on php 8 (@derrabus)
- bug #35843 [Validator] Add target guards for Composite nested constraints (@ogizanagi)
- bug #37744 [Yaml] Fix for #36624; Allow PHP constant as first key in block (@jnye)
- bug #37767 [Form] fix mapping errors from unmapped forms (@xabbuh)
- bug #37763 Fix deprecated libxm _disabl _entit _loader (@jderusse)
- bug #37774 [Console] Make sure we pass a numeric array of arguments to cal _use _fun _array() (@derrabus)
- bug #37701 [Serializer] Fix that it will never reach DOMNode (@TNAJanssen)
- bug #37671 [Cache] fix saving no-expiry items with ArrayAdapter (@philipp-kolesnikov)
- bug #37700 [VarDumper] Improve previous fix on light array coloration (@l-vo)
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