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A week of symfony #447 (20-26 July 2015)

This week, Symfony 2.8 introduced resettable containers, which allow to remove references to all services during shutdown, which ultimately will reduce memory consumption. Meanwhile, the repository held an interesting discussion about the convenience of including a WYSIWYG editor in the core.

Symfony2 development highlights

2.3 changelog:

  • ba6000b: [HttpFoundation] fixed behaviour change in PHP7 for substr
  • 7fa79da: [DependencyInjection] removed unused code in XmlFileLoader
  • 059964d: [HttpFoundation] allowed to use resources as PSR-7 content body and to return resources from string content
  • 6585fe4: [Security] fixed check for empty usernames
  • 534d9fc: [Console] fixed console output with closed stdout
  • 1fc0315: [Security] removed useless condition in SwitchUserListener class

2.6 changelog:

  • 2d29ac1: [Security/Http] fixed test relying on a private property
  • 37a2353: [2.6] Static Code Analysis for Components

2.7 changelog:

  • 72dce30: [Serializer] simplified AbstractNormalizer::prepareForDenormalization()
  • 75dc464: [Twig] fixed forward compat with Form 2.8

2.8 changelog:

  • 4457745: [DependencyInjection] implemented resettable containers (this allows to remove references to all services during shutdown)
  • ebb2064: [Security] moved Simple{Form,Pre}AuthenticatorInterfaces to Security\Http

Newest issues and pull requests

Silex development highlights

Master changelog:

  • fcefc53: allowed shared ContextListener for firewalls
  • 1a55ff8: supported optional session invalidation on logout
  • 14a33eb: fixed session logout handler when a firewall is stateless

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