A Week of Symfony #763 (9-15 August 2021)

This week, the upcoming Symfony 5.4 deprecated some helper methods in AbstractController which weren’t strictly related to HTTP. In addition, it deprecated the remaining usages of anonymous users in the Security system. Finally, a new Path class was added to the Filesystem component to ease the handling of file paths.

Symfony development highlights

This week, 52 pull requests were merged (30 in code and 22 in docs) and 31 issues were closed (22 in code and 9 in docs). Excluding merges, 19 authors made 24,080 additions and 8,590 deletions. See details for code and docs.

4.4 changelog:

2e10dd5: update Tagalog translations
7151ffe: update Estonian translations

5.3 changelog:

320d5f2: [Cache] fix wiring async cache recomputing in debug mode
785a6ab: fix deprecation messages

5.4 changelog:

22ce8f6: clarify goals of AbstractController
8ac480a: [FrameworkBundle] deprecate AbstractController::get() and has()
fe187c4: [Serializer] rename Serializer::EMPTY_ARRAYS_AS_OBJECT to EMPTY_ARRAY_AS_OBJECT
c933b85: [Security] add a little explanations in supports() description
609950e: [Ldap] remove needless code
eb1971b: [EventDispatcher] fix getSubscribedEvents() event yielding instead or returning array
859a752: [Filesystem] add the Path class
8caae6d: [SecurityBundle] simplify LDAP factories
76a7fe7: [Security] deprecate AnonymousToken, non-UserInterface users, and token credentials
016074c: [Security] deprecate remaining anonymous checks
a9753d7: [Yaml] add –exclude and negatable –parse-tags option to lint:yaml command

6.0 changelog:

061bf35: narrow existing return types on private/internal/final/test methods
08b0176: remove ReturnTypeWillChange
bddd980: add return types to bundles
7d2820c: add return types to bridges
da0ad85, 5a3938a, 2c2229b, cc626a8, 5d6d160: add more return types

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