Symfony 6.1.6 released
Warning: Symfony 6.1 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 6.1.6 has just been released. Here is the list of the most important changes since 6.1.5:
- bug #47621 [Serializer] Allow getting discriminated type by class name (@TamasSzigeti)
- bug #47833 [TwigBridge] Remove empty spaces between choices when using checkbox-inline or checkbox-switch (@simondaigre)
- bug #47808 [HttpClient] Fix seeking in not-yet-initialized requests (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #47798 [DoctrineBridge] Fix auto mapping for bundles that contain only embeddables (@jorissae)
- bug #47702 [Messenger] Fix default serializer not handling DateTime objects properly (@barton-webwings)
- bug #47764 [Serializer] fixed traceable decoration priorities (@mtarld)
- bug #47779 [Console] Fix Helper::removeDecoration hyperlink bug (@greew)
- bug #47753 [Mime] sync message serializer code for forward-compatibility (@xabbuh)
- bug #47763 [PropertyInfo] a readonly property must not be reported as being writable (@xabbuh)
- bug #47731 [WebProfiler] Fix overflow issue in Forms panel (@zolikonta)
- bug #46956 [FrameworkBundle] Allow to specify null for exception mapping configuration values (@andrew-demb)
- bug #47746 [HttpFoundation] Fix BinaryFileResponse content type detection logic (@X-Coder264)
- bug #47626 [Notifier] [Expo] Throw exception on error-response from expo api (@sdrewergutland)
- bug #47317 [Security] Fix login url matching when app is not run with url rewriting or from a sub folder (@sgehrig)
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