4.3.11 (2018-10-29)

Overview of merged pull requests

TASK: Support converting from json_serialized DateTime

This change adds support for converting values that are received from serializing a DateTimeInterface object with json_serialize. If the source array contains a property ‘timezone_type’ the source date string is assumed to be in the internal serialization format, which is “Y-m-d\TH:i:s.v” without timezone information, since the timezone is provided in the additional ‘timezone’ property.

Related to https://github.com/neos/Neos.EventSourcing/issues/181

TODO: Add tests

  • Packages: Flow

BUGFIX: Enable maxlength for the form.textarea viewhelper

Bugfix because it is possible to configure a maxlength in the form framework, but this leads to an exception. I didn’t realize there was no maxlength when I put it in form framework and the reviewers didn’t notice either, so now it is required to have it in the viewhelper.

maxlength in textarea is possible since html5 and is supported by all major browsers including IE since 10 ;)

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  • Packages: Flow FluidAdaptor

BUGFIX: Correct naming for setting

Resolves: #1409

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Revert “BUGFIX: Extend the expected exceptions for missing templates and sections”

Reverts neos/flow-development-collection#1348

  • Packages: FluidAdaptor

BUGFIX: Extend the expected exceptions for missing templates and sections

typo3fluid/fluid expects specific exceptions to be thrown to implement the feature of optional sections and partials. Neos.FluidAdaptor has to throw these exceptions or derivates of them. Otherwise the exceptions won’t be catched and displayed to the user.

fixes: #1347

What I did

I implemented solution 1 from the issue

How I did it

I made the exceptions shipped with FluidAdaptor inherit from the expected ones from typo3fluid/fluid

How to verify it

Try to reproduce the issue after applying the patch

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  • Packages: Flow FluidAdaptor