Symfony 4.4.15 released
WARNING: This version might break your application if you've already updated your dependencies to the latest patch versions
and if you started using the new
Unfortunately, we quickly discovered that it was a problem for many users just after the release, so we've then decided
to revert it in favor of a
config.preload.php file generated via a recipe.
To upgrade, remove the
src/preload.php file and create a
config/preload.php file with the contents
from the recipe depending on your version.
Symfony 4.4.15 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #36291 [Lock] Fix StoreFactory to accept same DSN syntax as AbstractAdapter (@Jontsa)
- bug #38390 [Serializer][Minor] Fix circular reference exception message (bad limit displayed) (@l-vo)
- bug #38388 [HttpClient] Always "buffer" empty responses (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #38380 [Form] propagate validation groups to subforms (@johanderuijter, @xabbuh)
- bug #38377 Ignore more deprecations for Mockery mocks (@fancyweb)
- bug #38375 [HttpClient] fix using proxies with NativeHttpClient (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #38372 [Routing] fix using !important and defaults/reqs in inline route definitions (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #38373 [ErrorHandler][DebugClassLoader] Do not check Mockery mocks classes (@fancyweb)
- bug #38368 [HttpClient] Fix using https with proxies (@bohanyang)
- bug #38350 [TwigBundle] Only remove kernel exception listener if twig is used (@dmolineus)
- bug #38360 [BrowserKit] Cookie expiration at current timestamp (@iquito)
- bug #38358 [Messenger] Fix redis connection error message (@alexander-schranz)
- bug #38343 Revert "bug #38063 [FrameworkBundle] generate preload.php in src/ to make opcache.preload predictable" (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #38336 [PhpUnitBridge] Fixed clas _alias() for PHPUnitFrameworkErrorError (@stevegrunwell)
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