Symfony 5.2.5 released

Warning: Symfony 5.2 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.

Symfony 5.2.5 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #40415 Fix ConstraintViolation#getPropertyPath() to always return string (@Ocramius)
  • bug #40421 [FrameworkBundle] fix XSD (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #39685 [Mailer][Mime][TwigBridge][Validator] Allow egulias/email-validator 3.x (@derrabus)
  • bug #40398 [FrameworkBundle] : Fix method name compare in ResolveControllerNameSubscriber (@glensc)
  • bug #39733 [TwigBridge] Render email once (@jderusse)
  • bug #40386 [DependencyInjection][Security] Backport psr/container 1.1/2.0 compatibility (@derrabus)
  • bug #40376 [Messenger] Don’t lock tables or start transactions (@Nyholm)
  • bug #40378 Changing ZulipTransportFactory tag to prevent the exception UnsupportedSchemeException (@big-r81)

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