A Week of Symfony #792 (28 February

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This week, Symfony 4.4.39, 5.4.6 and 6.0.6 maintenance versions were released. In addition, the entire schedule of SymfonyLive Paris 2022 conference was published. Finally, Symfony expressed its solidarity with Ukrainian people.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 24 pull requests were merged (21 in code and 3 in docs) and 21 issues were closed (17 in code and 4 in docs). Excluding merges, 13 authors made 726 additions and 158 deletions. See details for code and docs.

4.4 changelog:

  • f432349: [HttpClient] fix checking for unset property on PHP <= 7.1
  • 09ec24d: [FrameworkBundle] fix resetting container between tests
  • d4150be: fix deprecations on PHP 8.2
  • 6ef994c: [HttpKernel] guard against bad profile data
  • 3cea8e7: [HttpFoundation] fix PHP 8.1 deprecation in Response::isNotModified

5.4 changelog:

  • 84f0d0e: [Console] revert StringInput bc break
  • 7cecf52: [Cache] do not pass DBAL connections to PDO adapters
  • e091d74: [Messenger] remove undefined array key warnings in Redis

6.1 changelog:

  • 27f8f69: [HttpClient] remove credentials from requests redirected to same host but different port
  • 22a778b: deprecate requiring the “symfony/symfony” package
  • 25a5eb2: [Validator] deprecate constraint ExpressionLanguageSyntax, use ExpressionSyntax instead

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