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A week of symfony #318 (28 January ->3 February 2013)

This week, the oficial Symfony2 repository surpassed the 2,000th fork milestone. Meanwhile, the stabilization of the Symfony 2.2 version continues in the newly created 2.2 branch. In addition, a new SymfonyCon Europe conference was announced for this year.

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Symfony2 development highlights

2.1 branch:

  • d77828c: [ClassLoader] fixed missing class argument when throwing exception
  • 6f71948: [Yaml] fixed wrong merge (indentation default is 4 as of 2.1)

2.2 branch:

  • 7cff461: [Routing] improved RouteNotFoundException messages
  • fde7585: better handling of enableable configurations
  • ef593fa: [Finder] fixed iterator keys
  • b1d1168: fixed the NullLogger to implement the HttpKernel interface again
  • 924c256: removed executable bit from all PHP files
  • 507d0c4: [ClassLoader] fixed traits + enhancements in ClassCollectionLoader
  • c72e471: renamed some classes and Twig functions to more descriptive names (HttpContentRenderer now is FragmentHandler, RendererStrategy subnamespace now is Fragment, ProxyRouterListener now is FragmentListener and the router_proxy configuration entry has been renamed to fragments)
  • 1758277: [HttpKernel] fixed the URI signer

Repository summary: 6,145 watchers (#1 in PHP, #37 overall) and 2,009 forks (#1 in PHP, #13 overall).

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