Symfony 7.0.5 released

Symfony 7.0.5 has just been released.
Here is the list of the most important changes since 7.0.4:

bug #54113 [AssetMapper] Throw exception in Javascript compiler when PCRE error (@smnandre)
bug #54129 [Clock] Add attributes to support PHPUnit 10 + 11 (@ruudk)
bug #54079 [AssetMapper] Fix JavaScriptImportPathCompiler regression in regex (@PhilETaylor)
bug #54102 [HttpClient] Fix deprecation on PHP 8.3 (@nicolas-grekas)
bug #54089 [Mailer] [Brevo] Remove tags from mandatory event arguments (@palgalik)
bug #54081 [DoctrineBridge] Safeguard dynamic access to Doctrine metadata properties (@derrabus)
bug #54080 [Routing] Enhance error handling in StaticPrefixCollection for compatibility with libpcre2-10.43 (@Lustmored)

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