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Phalcon 5.1.0 Released

Phalcon 5.1.0 is now available.

This release contains some bug fixes and new functionality for request PATCH methods.

As always, a huge thank you to our community for identifying these issues and suggesting the new features.

Changelog

Fixed

  • Fixed Phalcon\Mvc\View\Engine\Volt\Compiler::isTagFactory to correctly detect a TagFactory object without throwing an error #16097
  • Fixed default values for Phalcon\Cli, Phalcon\Dispatcher and Phalcon\Application components to ensure not null values are passed to methods #16186
  • Fixed Phalcon\Form::clear to correctly clear the elements and not recurse #15956

Added

  • Added Phalcon\Http\Request::getPatch() to get a value from a PATCH request #16188
  • Added Phalcon\Http\Request::getFilteredPatch() to get a value filtered from a PATCH request #16188
  • Added Phalcon\Http\Request::hasPatch() to check if a value exist in a PATCH request #16188

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