Laravel v5.5.27 Released

Laravel v5.5.27 Released

A few versions of Laravel were released last week, the latest being 5.5.27, which is available as of December 20th.

In 5.5.27, the performance improvements on Model::getTable() from 5.5.22 had to be reverted because of a breaking change. You should update your applications to 5.5.27 to avoid the breaking change introduced in 5.5.22.

Here’s the full release notes for both 5.5.26 and the latest, 5.5.27:

v5.5.27 (2017-12-20)

Added

  • Allow HtmlString as line in MailMessage (#22473)
  • Allow chaining of the Request::merge() calls (#22479)

Changed

  • Reverted performance improvements of Model::getTable() (#22478)

v5.5.26 (2017-12-18)

Added

  • Support passing collections to Collection::except() (#22399)
  • Made Command class macroable (#22426, #22434)
  • Added ProcessUtils class for command argument escaping (#22448)
  • Added array support to Optional helper class (#22417)

Changed

  • Added “cattle” as an uncountable word (#22415)
  • Added Dispatcher contract on NotificationFake and return fake object from Notification::fake() (#22396)
  • Only add value as query binding if it isn’t an Expression (#22451)

Fixed

  • Fixed database queue transactions wrapped in closures (#22394)
  • Fixed an issue with multiple dont-discover packages (#22443)
  • Fixed incorrect description type in Console/Parser (#22449)

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