Symfony 5.1.5 released

Warning: Symfony 5.1 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.

Symfony 5.1.5 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • security #cve-2020-15094 Remove headers with internal meaning from HttpClient responses (@mpdude)
  • bug #38024 [Console] Fix undefined index for inconsistent command name definition (@chalasr)
  • bug #38023 [DI] fix inlining of non-shared services (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #38022 Missed AbstractArgument (@a-menshchikov)
  • bug #38020 [PhpUnitBridge] swallow deprecations (@xabbuh)
  • bug #37961 [Mailer] Fixed ‘verif _peer’ option in mailer DSN being ignored (@SnakePin)
  • bug #38010 [Cache] Psr16Cache does not handle Proxy cache items (@alex-dev)
  • bug #37937 [Serializer] fixed fix encoding of cache keys with anonymous classes (@michaelzangerle)
  • bug #38002 [Validator] Fix PhpUnitBridge version constraint (@derrabus)
  • bug #38001 Fix symfony/amazon-mailer constraint (@Michał Jusięga)

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