Symfony 4.4.49 released
Warning: Symfony 4.4 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 4.4.49 has just been released. Here is the list of the most important changes since 4.4.48:
- bug #48273 [HttpKernel] Fix message for unresovable arguments of invokable controllers (@fancyweb)
- bug #48224 [DependencyInjection] Process bindings in ServiceLocatorTagPass (@MatTheCat)
- bug #48198 [Messenger] Fix time-limit check exception (@alamirault)
- bug #48122 [PhpUnitBridge] Fix language deprecations incorrectly marked as direct (@wouterj)
- bug #48085 [Messenger] Tell about messenger:consume invalid limit options (@MatTheCat)
- bug #48120 [Messenger] Do not throw 'no handlers' exception when skipping handlers due to duplicate handling (@wouterj)
- bug #48112 [HttpFoundation] Compare cookie with null value as empty string in ResponseCookieValueSame (@fancyweb)
- bug #48119 [FrameworkBundle][Lock] Allow to disable lock without defining a resource (@MatTheCat)
- bug #48093 [DependencyInjection] don't move locator tag for service subscriber (@RobertMe)
- bug #48075 [Mailer] Stream timeout not detected fgets returns false (@Sezil)
- bug #48092 Fix the notification email theme for asynchronously dispatched emails (@krisbuist)
- bug #48103 [HttpClient] Do not set http_version instead of setting it to null (@Tetragramat)
- bug #48050 [HttpFoundation] Check IPv6 is valid before comparing it (@PhilETaylor)
WARNING: 4.4.49 is the last version for the Symfony 4.4 branch. If some of your projects are still using this version, consider upgrading as soon as possible.
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