Symfony 5.4.0-BETA2 released
Symfony 5.4.0-BETA2 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- bug #44042 Fix DateIntervalToStringTransformer::transform() doc (@BenMorel)
- bug #44034 [Yaml] don't try to replace references in quoted strings (@xabbuh)
- bug #44013 [ErrorHandler] fix parsing @param with dollars in the description (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #44010 [DependencyInjection] fix auto-refresh when inline_factories is enabled (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #44028 [ErrorHandler] Fix FlattenException::setPrevious argument typing (@welcoMattic)
- bug #44016 [SecurityBundle] Fix listing listeners in profiler when authenticator manager is disabled (@94noni)
- bug #44012 [DependencyInjection] fix inlining when non-shared services are involved (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #44002 [Cache] Fix Memory leak (@a1812)
- bug #43993 [FrameworkBundle] fix deprecation message (@nicolas-grekas)
- feature #43985 [HttpClient] Implement ResetInterface for all http clients (@rmikalkenas)
- bug #43981 [FrameworkBundle] fix registering late resettable services (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #43988 [DoctrineBridge] add support for the JSON type (@dunglas)
- bug #43987 [PhpUnitBridge] Fix Uncaught ValueError (@dunglas)
- feature #43983 [HttpKernel] allow ignoring kernel.reset methods that don't exist (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #43967 [Loco] Fix Loco Provider ID and pull & push local messages reading (@welcoMattic)
- bug #43961 [HttpClient] Curl http client has to reinit curl multi handle on reset (@rmikalkenas)
- bug #43930 [DependencyInjection] Fix support for unions/intersections together with ServiceSubscriberInterface (@kbond)
- bug #43948 [Asset][Security] Fixed leftover deprecations PHP 8.1 (@michaljusiega)
- bug #43944 [Yaml] revert using functions provided by polyfill packages (@xabbuh)
- bug #43940 [FrameworkBundle] Fix logic in workflow:dump between workflow name and workflow id (@noniagriconomie)
- bug #43945 [Runtime] fix defining APP_DEBUG when Dotenv is not enabled (@nicolas-grekas)
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