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A week of symfony #363 (9->15 December 2013)

This week, the first SymfonyCon conference was celebrated at Warsaw, Poland. More than 600 Symfony developers gathered to learn about Symfony, to meet other community members and to discover the future of the Symfony ecosystem. In the coming days, this blog will post about some of the main announcements.

Symfony2 development highlights

2.3 changelog:

  • 454ce16: [HttpKernel] allow TraceableEventDispatcher to reuse event instance in nested events
  • 923640a: [Validator] added missing Lithuanian validator translations
  • f727b22: [Routing] fixed router matching pattern against multiple hosts
  • c9c21a5: [Validator] added missing Spanish validator translations
  • a834c2f: [BrowserKit] added missing exception message parameter
  • 37962a6: [Validator] improved the Basque validation translations
  • 40e58cd: [Console] fixed TableHelper when cell value has new line

2.4 changelog:

  • a259c04: [Debug] ErrorHandlerTest: restoreerrorhandler() on assertion failure
  • b7567d1: [Security] added ExpressionVoterTest
  • b3afa8d: [ExpressionLanguage] throw exception when parameters contain expressions
  • e1fe327: [Config] removed unnecessary condition
  • 7f18d19: [Security] added ExpressionLanguage to require-dev
  • 34d0b1d: [FrameworkBundle] fixed bug in XMLDescriptor

Newest issues and pull requests

They talked about us

Symfony Advent Calendar 2013

Published by the Association Francophone des Utilisateurs de Symfony

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How do blogposts get in that list? I wrote about the docs hackday
Tom, to get the list of blog posts of the "They talked about us" section I do the following:

1) I've subscribed to dozens of Symfony sites and I check all of them with a RSS client.

2) I do a "Google Blog Search" query to find any missing post about Symfony.

In your particular case, I don't see the RSS feed on your site, so I cannot subscribe to your posts :( Anyway, the post that you mention in your comment will appear in the next week's digest.

Thanks for noticing me about your post and for helping with the Hack Day.

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