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Symfony 5.3.1 released

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Symfony 5.3.1 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #41463 [Serializer][Validator] Fix not null return from “getCollectionValueTypes” (@jderusse)
  • bug #41493 [Security] Readd deprecated methods to the interfaces (@wouterj)
  • bug #41495 [HttpFoundation] Add ReturnTypeWillChange to SessionHandlers (@nikic)
  • bug #41485 [HttpKernel] fix ArgumentMetadataFactory messes up controller arguments with attributes (@sgehrig)
  • bug #41461 Fix Symfony 5.3 end of maintenance date (@jmsche)

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