This small patch adds a small FC (forward compatibility) layer to the 1.x series, by adding the new methods introduced in the 2.0 release. This should ease the support for both major versions at the same time.
This small patch handles a couple of new bugs that got discovered through an issue on `sentry-symfony.
This small patch handles replaced and provided packages, so that consumers of this library can handle bad requests gracefully.
This new major release of this package was long awaited by me, since it’s a comeback of the 1.3 release, that was rolled back. Now, after more than 22 million downloads and the stable release of Composer 2, it’s time to use it!
The breaking changes are reduced to a minimum to allow a smoother upgrade path; if you use this package in a library, you’re encouraged to require it with a constraint of
^1.5 || ^2.0, to obtain all the functionalities without constraining your end users to upgrade immediately to Composer 2.