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Symfony 5.3.9 released

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Symfony 5.3.9 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

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Comments

Hello!
thanks for this release, but the "list of the most important changes" is empty. could you please tell us more about it?
@RERBAL: https://github.com/symfony/symfony/pull/43230/commits/6a61bcb95eb6b36036866d0d0f0940738d3fb9a1
@Renan, Thx ! it was repported on the git too, i'dont get what was the issue exactly but i'll wait some more detail to run the update
@RERBAL there was a bug in the internal tool that splits the main symfony/symfony repository into separate repositories (per package) after a release (caused by an update of a dependency).

As with any bugs in the release tooling of Symfony in the past, I'm sure this incident will result in even more safety checks during the release process. But as we - as developers - know, there will always be a bug sometime somewhere in any code that is evolving.

The two incorrect releases of this morning have been removed from GitHub and Packagist, so it is as safe as always to upgrade to the latest versions ever since 5.3.9 and 4.4.32 were released.
@Wouter
thanks a lot for the explaintion, i was just curious about the fact that I didn't remember seen any auther SensioLabs article with empty phrase like this one, also i'll follow the advice with this 5.3.9 release and furthers in the future... Thx!
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