Overview of merged pull requests¶
Removes usage of Files utility in
in favor of the same code to determine the root of the installation
which is used in the command line init
This was added during reverting some unhappy change and should not be here at all.
This partly reverts #1126 by casting the resolved URI so that UriBuilder::uriFor() and UriBuilder::build() returns a string again rather than an instance of UriInterface.
Background: Even though UriInterface is mostly casted to a string implicitly, this change was considered “too dangerous” for a minor release because it breaks code that relies on the previous return type (i.e. when serializing the resolved URI).
For the next major release we can re-consider this change.
This is a (cosmetic) follow-up to #1126 reverting some doc comment changes that were introduced by accident.
Currently the composer class loader is only used as a fallback to our own, but especially if the optimized loader is used the composer one is much faster.
On systems in which all packages/classes are registered correctly via
autoload statements in
composer.json files using our own class loader
only for proxy classes can bring an substantial boost in performance for
In order to enable this feature you need to set an environment variable
FLOW_ONLY_COMPOSER_LOADER=1. Please test carefully if that breaks due
to your autoload configuration not being fully composer ready.
Additionally it is recommended to use the optimized composer loader by
composer dumpautoload -o.
While not breaking in itself this change deprecates using our class loader for anything else than proxy classes. In practice this means you should always enable composer auto loader only by using above mentioned environment variable. At least make sure that your projects work with this enabled.
We will drop the variable and make this the default behavior in the next major version of Flow (version 5.0) which means only classes that are correctly added to composer (loaded) packages with autoload configuration are being loaded correctly.
Creates the new neos/flow-log package containing the original log infrastructure with the original namespace (Neos\Flow). So nothing should change for userland code.
The Readme.rst contains a summary of dependencies of this package to make it easier to work on removing them and making this package more independent of Flow.
The choosen way to split allows for transitioning to a new namespace while keeping the old classes.
The SystemLoggerInterface and SecurityLoggerInterface are kept in Flow as they have not much meaning in the Logger package. Additionally the EarlyLogger was not moved as it depends on those interfaces.
Neos\Flow\Http\Client\CurlEngine will now attach cookies to an outgoing request.
The example lacks the format prefix.
Fixed the ScalarTypeToObjectConverter to expose boolean as supported sourceType instead of bool.