A week of symfony #287 (25 June -> 1 July 2012)

This week Symfony 2.1 removed auto_start configuration parameter, because sessions will now start on demand. In addition, Request::overrideGlobals method was finally completed and route auto-redirecting was restricted for safe requests.

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Symfony2 development highlights

Master branch:

  • 8ae0fa2: [FrameworkBundle] fixed locale detection from request
  • db9a8c1, c67cf8b: [Routing] added the Countable interface to RouteCollection
  • 34ab481: fixed severity, file and line in ErrorExceptions
  • d4a0988: [FrameworkBundle] added configuration interface check to ensure that configuration implements needed getConfigTreeBuilder() command
  • 16a0af1: [Security] changed the HttpUtils constructor to take both a UrlGenerator and a UrlMatcher instead of a Router
  • c4a8feb: [HttpKernel] added the database to the DSN we are sending to the MongoDB server
  • d0e1547: added escapeValue() method to ParameterBagInterface
  • 9fabb3d: [Form] camelized add and remove methods in the PropertyPath
  • cd08db8: [Form] added FormBuilderInterface in Tests namespace to enable easy mocking
  • 9fb567d: [HttpFoundation] completed Request::overrideGlobals
  • df8d94e: added Request::getSchemeAndHttpHost() and Request::getUserInfo()
  • e44e21c: [FrameworkBundle] reverted RouterDebugCommand to Symfony 2.0 signature, which made it simple to display only a subset of the routes of the application
  • 1fd66f3, 19eeac8, 0b02e3c, 2e356c1: [FrameworkBundle] removed auto_start configuration parameter
  • a1b7388: [Yaml] fixed parsing when a mapping is mixed within a sequence and vice-versa
  • ed49e3b: [Routing] removed trailing slash behavior on non-safe requests

2.0.x branch:

  • 9572e9b: [Locale] fixed StubIntlDateFormatter to behave like the ext/intl implementation
  • b89b00f: bumped minimal version of Swiftmailer to 4.2.0

Repository summary: 5,105 watchers (#1 in PHP, #30 overall) and 1353 forks (#1 in PHP, #13 overall).

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