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Symfony 3.4.45 released

Symfony 3.4.45 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #38228 [Yaml Parser] Fix edge cases when parsing multiple documents (@digilist)
  • bug #38229 [Yaml] fix parsing comments not prefixed by a space (@xabbuh)
  • bug #38131 [Validator] allow consumers to mock all methods (@xabbuh)
  • bug #37097 DateTime validator support for trailing data (@stefankleff)
  • bug #38116 [Console] Silence warnings on sap _window _c _set() call (@chalasr)
  • bug #38114 [Console] guard $argv + $token against null, preventing unnecessary exceptions (@bilogic)
  • bug #38099 Prevent parsing invalid octal digits as octal numbers (@julienfalque)
  • bug #38091 [DI] fix ContainerBuilder on PHP8 (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #38080 [Console] Make sure $maxAttempts is an int or null (@derrabus)
  • bug #38073 [VarDumper] Fix caster for invalid SplFileInfo objects on php 8 (@derrabus)
  • bug #38071 [PhpUnitBridge] Adjust output parsing of CoverageListenerTrait for PHPUnit 9.3 (@sanmai, @derrabus)
  • bug #38049 [Debug] Parse “x not found” errors correctly on php 8 (@derrabus)
  • bug #38024 [Console] Fix undefined index for inconsistent command name definition (@chalasr)

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