Symfony 5.0.10 released
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Symfony 5.0.10 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #37227 [DependencyInjection][CheckTypeDeclarationsPass] Handle unresolved parameters pointing to environment variables (@fancyweb)
- bug #37103 [Form] switch the context when validating nested forms (@xabbuh)
- bug #37182 [HttpKernel] Fix regression where Store does not return response body correctly (@mpdude)
- bug #37193 [DependencyInjection][CheckTypeDeclarationsPass] Always resolve parameters (@fancyweb)
- bug #37191 [HttpClient] fix offset computation for data chunks (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #37177 [Ldap] fix refreshUser() ignoring extr _fields (@arkste)
- bug #37181 [Mailer] Remove an internal annot (@fabpot)
- bug #36913 [FrameworkBundle] fix type annotation on ControllerTrait::addFlash() (@ThomasLandauer)
- bug #37162 [Mailer] added the reply-to addresses to the API SES transport request. (@ribeiropaulor)
- bug #37167 [Mime] use fromString when creating a new Address (@fabpot)
- bug #37169 [Cache] fix forward compatibility with Doctrine DBAL 3 (@xabbuh)
- bug #37159 [Mailer] Fixed generator bug when creating multiple transports using Transport::fromDsn (@atailouloute)
- bug #37048 [HttpClient] fix monitoring timeouts when other streams are active (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #37085 [Form] properly cascade validation to child forms (@xabbuh)
- bug #37095 [PhpUnitBridge] Fix undefined index when output of "composer show" cannot be parsed (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #37092 [PhpUnitBridge] fix undefined var on version 3.4 (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #37065 [HttpClient] Throw JsonException instead of TransportException on empty response in Response::toArray() (@jeroennoten)
- bug #37077 [WebProfilerBundle] Move ajax clear event listener initialization on loadToolbar (@Bruno BOUTAREL)
- bug #37049 [Serializer] take into account the context when preserving empty array objects (@xabbuh)
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