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Symfony 4.4.30 released

Symfony 4.4.30 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #42753 Cast ini_get to an integer to match expected type (@natewiebe13)
  • bug #42345 [Messenger] Remove indices in messenger table on MySQL to prevent deadlocks while removing messages when running multiple consumers (@jeroennoten)
  • bug #40744 allow null for framework.translator.default_path (@SimonHeimberg)
  • bug #39856 [DomCrawler] improve failure messages of the CrawlerSelectorTextContains constraint (@xabbuh)
  • bug #40545 [HttpFoundation] Fix isNotModified determination logic (@ol0lll)
  • bug #42368 [FrameworkBundle] Fall back to default configuration in debug:config and consistently resolve parameter values (@herndlm)
  • bug #41684 Fix Url Validator false positives (@sidz)
  • bug #42576 [Translation] Reverse fallback locales (@ro0NL)
  • bug #42628 [PropertyInfo] Support for the never return type (@derrabus)
  • bug #42585 [ExpressionLanguage] [Lexer] Remove PHP 8.0 polyfill (@nigelmann)
  • bug #42621 [Security] Don’t produce TypeErrors for non-string CSRF tokens (@derrabus)
  • bug #42365 [Cache] Do not add namespace argument to NullAdapter in CachePoolPass (@olsavmic)
  • bug #42331 [HttpKernel] always close open stopwatch section after handling kernel.request events (@xabbuh)
  • bug #42260 Fix return types for PHP 8.1 (@derrabus)
  • bug #42341 [Validator] Update MIR card scheme (@ossinkine)

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