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Symfony 5.4.0 released

Symfony 5.4 is backed by Private Packagist. Private Packagist is a fast, reliable, and secure Composer repository for your private packages. It mirrors all your open-source dependencies for better availability and monitors them for security vulnerabilities.

Symfony 5.4.0 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #44309 [Messenger] Leverage DBAL's getNativeConnection() method (@derrabus)
  • bug #44300 [FrameworkBundle] Fix property-info phpstan extractor discovery (@1ed)
  • feature #44271 [Notifier] add Vonage bridge to replace the Nexmo one (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #44187 [Translation] [Loco] Fix idempotency of LocoProvider write method (@welcoMattic)
  • bug #43992 [Security] Do not overwrite already stored tokens for REMOTE_USER authentication (@stlrnz)
  • bug #43876 [Validator] Fix validation for single level domains (@HypeMC)
  • bug #44327 [Debug][ErrorHandler] Increased the reserved memory from 10k to 32k (@sakalys)
  • bug #44261 [Process] intersect with getenv() in case-insensitive manner to get default envs (@stable-staple)
  • bug #44295 [Serializer] fix support for lazy/unset properties (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #44277 [Notifier] Fix AllMySms bridge body content (@afiocre)
  • bug #44269 [DoctrineBridge] Revert " add support for the JSON type" (@dunglas)

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