Symfony 6.2.3 released
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Symfony 6.2.3 has just been released. Here is the list of the most important changes since 6.2.2:
- bug #48805 [DependencyInjection] Fix resolving parameters when dumping lazy proxies (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #48787 [PhpUnitBridge] Use verbose deprecation output for quiet types only when it reaches the threshold (@ogizanagi)
- bug #48784 [Console] Correctly overwrite progressbars with different line count per step (@ncharalampidis)
- bug #48801 [Form] Make ButtonType handle form_attr option (@MatTheCat)
- bug #48791 [DependencyInjection] Fix deduplicating service instances in circular graphs (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #48790 [WebProfilerBundle] fix Mailer detail on click (@Jean-Beru)
- bug #48771 [CssSelector] Fix escape patterns (@fancyweb)
- bug #48774 [Translation] Fix undefined variable messages in ConstraintVisitor (@alamirault)
- bug #48727 [PropertyAccess] Fix nullsafe chain like x?.y (@Vincz)
- bug #48711 [Cache] RedisTrait::createConnection does not pass auth value from redis sentinel cluster DSN (@evgkord)
- bug #48724 [VarExporter] Fix exporting classes with __unserialize() but not __serialize() (@fancyweb)
- bug #48746 [Validator] Fix IBAN format for Tunisia and Mauritania (@smelesh)
- bug #48738 [Workflow] Allow spaces in place names so the PUML dump doesn't break (@Kamil Musial)
- bug #48742 [VarExporter] Generate proxies for static abstract methods (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #48735 [SecurityBundle] Prevent RuntimeException on profiler (@marphi)
- bug #48718 Compatibility with doctrine/annotations 2 (@derrabus)
- bug #48688 [FrameworkBundle] Add MailPace definition (@skmedix)
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