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A Week of Symfony #752 (24-30 May 2021)

This week, Symfony 5.3 made the last tweaks and fixes before its final release. Meanwhile, the upcoming Symfony 6.0 version started working on removing legacy code and adding PHP types across the entire codebase. Lastly, Symfony announced a new SymfonyWorld Online Winter Edition conference (December 9-10) which will complement the imminent SymfonyWorld Online Summer Edition on June 17-18.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 71 pull requests were merged (55 in code and 16 in docs) and 24 issues were closed (18 in code and 6 in docs). Excluding merges, 27 authors made 1,064 additions and 833 deletions. See details for code and docs.

4.4 changelog:

  • 7ccda8e: [Form] fix support for years outside of the 32b range on x86
  • 12030e5: [HttpKernel] fix file_get_content() in HttpCache's Store for PHP7.4+
  • 54bee29: [Filesystem] fix readlink() for Windows
  • 519d348: [DependencyInjection] keep container.service_subscriber tag on the decorated definition
  • 9b89b2e: [Form] use !isset for checks cause this doesn't falsely include 0

5.3 changelog:

  • 24a1c28: [SecurityBundle] don't register deprecated listeners with authenticator manager enabled
  • 7e9dbec: [HttpKernel] throw when HttpKernel is created and the env is empty
  • 519d348: [DependencyInjection] keep container.service_subscriber tag on the decorated definition

5.4 changelog:

  • cfb1016: [HttpKernel] fix compatibility with Symfony 6

6.0 changelog:

  • 7954200: [Messenger] remove legacy code paths
  • 1cdd48d: [Routing] remove deprecation layer
  • a6ed11e: [PropertyAccess] remove deprecated code
  • 5f101e0: [Intl] remove deprecated code
  • 0cb0ccf: [Inflector] remove the component
  • a2d1e80: remove Serializable implementations
  • d9f0467: [Mailer] remove deprecated code
  • 4b8256d: leverage Stringable
  • 9dc4ef3: [String] add types to all arguments
  • 6cbca1e: [Yaml] add types to all arguments
  • f7eee41: [Workflow] add types to all arguments
  • dccdf0f: [VarDumper] add types to all arguments

Symfony CLI

Symfony CLI is a must-have tool when developing Symfony applications on your local machine. It includes the Symfony Local Server, the best way to run local Symfony applications. This week Symfony CLI released its new 4.25.2 version with the following changes:

  • Fix PHP version used by symfony composer

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