Symfony 6.3.0-RC2 released

Symfony 6.3.0-RC2 has just been released.
Here is the list of the most important changes since 6.3.0-RC1:

feature #50445 [AssetMapper] Add „=alias“ syntax to importmap:require (@weaverryan)
bug #50442 [SecurityBundle] Update security-1.0.xsd to include missing access-token definition (@aegypius)
bug #50440 [DependencyInjection] Revert „Use weak references in the container“ (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #50429 [Console] block input stream if needed (@joelwurtz)
bug #50397 [HttpKernel][VarDumper] Fix dumping with labels (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #50408 [AssetMapper] Change default importmap „provider“ to JsDelivr+esm (@weaverryan, @nicolas-grekas)
bug #50394 [AssetMapper] Avoid loading potentially ALL assets in dev server (@weaverryan)
bug #50400 [AssetMapper] Sometimes asset contents are built from non-asset files (@weaverryan)
bug #50406 [VarDumper] Fix dd() showing line with null (@HypeMC)
bug #50393 [AssetMapper] Fixing incorrect exception & adding allowing more realistic error mode (@weaverryan)

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