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Symfony 4.4.4 released

Symfony 4.4.4 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • bug #35530 [HttpClient] Fix regex bearer (@noniagriconomie)
  • bug #35532 [Validator] fix access to uninitialized property when getting value (@greedyivan)
  • bug #35486 [Translator] Default value for 'sort' option in translation:update should be 'asc' (@versgui)
  • bug #35305 [HttpKernel] Fix stale-if-error behavior, add tests (@mpdude)
  • bug #34808 [PhpUnitBridge] Properly handle phpunit arguments for configuration file (@biozshock)
  • bug #35517 [Intl] Provide more locale translations (@ro0NL)
  • bug #35518 [Mailer] Fix STARTTLS support for Postmark and Mandrill (@fabpot)
  • bug #35480 [Messenger] Check for all serialization exceptions during message dec… (@Patrick Berenschot)
  • bug #35502 [Messenger] Fix bug when using single route with XML config (@Nyholm)
  • bug #35438 [SecurityBundle] fix lda _bind service arguments (@Ioni14)
  • bug #35429 [DI] CheckTypeDeclarationsPass now checks if value is type of parameter type (@pfazzi)
  • bug #35464 [ErrorHandler] Add debug argument to decide whether debug page is shown or not (@yceruto)
  • bug #35423 Fixes a runtime error when accessing the cache panel (@DamienHarper)
  • bug #35428 [Cache] fix checking for igbinary availability (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #35424 [HttpKernel] Check if lock can be released (@sjadema)

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