Symfony 6.2.0 released
Symfony 6.2 is backed by:
Symfony 6.2.0 has just been released.
Check the Living on the Edge category on this blog to learn about the main features of this new stable release; or check the release announcement of BETA1 to get the list of all new features.
Here is the list of the most important changes since 6.2.0-RC2:
- bug #48395 [String] Fix AsciiSlugger with emojis (@fancyweb)
- bug #48385 [Security] Reuse AbstractFactory's config tree in AccessTokenFactory (@chalasr)
- bug #48292 [Security] [LoginLink] Throw InvalidLoginLinkException on missing parameter (@MatTheCat)
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