Symfony 4.4.23 released

Symfony 4.4.23 has just been released. Here is a list of the most
important changes:

security #cve-2021-21424 [Security][Guard] Prevent user enumeration (@chalasr)
bug #41176 [DependencyInjection] fix dumping service-closure-arguments (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #41168 WDT: Only load “Sfjs” if it is not present already (@weaverryan)
bug #41147 [Inflector][String] wrong plural form of words ending by “pectus” (@makraz)
bug #41160 [HttpClient] Don’t prepare the request in ScopingHttpClient (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #40763 Fix/Rewrite .gitignore regex builder (@mvorisek)
bug #40917 [Config][DependencyInjection] Uniformize trailing slash handling (@dunglas)
bug #40699 [PropertyInfo] Make ReflectionExtractor correctly extract nullability (@shiftby)
bug #40874 [PropertyInfo] fix attribute namespace with recursive traits (@soullivaneuh)
bug #41099 [Cache] Check if phpredis version is compatible with stream parameter (@nicolassing)
bug #41072 [VarExporter] Add support of PHP enumerations (@alexandre-daubois)
bug #41105 [Inflector][String] Fixed singularize edges > edge (@ruudk)
bug #41075 [ErrorHandler] Skip “same vendor” @method deprecations for Symfonyclasses unless symfony/symfony is being tested (@nicolas-grekas)

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