Zend Framework 1.12.13 * 567: Cast int and float to string when creating headers
Zend Framework 1.12.12 * 493: PHPUnit not being installed * 511: Add PATCH to the list of allowed methods in Zend_Controller_Request_HttpTestCase * 513: Save time and space when cloning PHPUnit * 515: !IE conditional comments bug * 516: Zend_Locale does not honor parentLocale configuration * 518: Run travis build also on PHP 7 builds * 534: Failing unit test: Zend_Validate_EmailAddressTest::testIdnHostnameInEmaillAddress * 536: Zend_Measure_Number convert some decimal numbers to roman with space char * 537: Extend view renderer controller fix (#440) * 540: Fix PHP 7 BC breaks in Zend_XmlRpc/Amf_Server * 541: Fixed errors in tests on PHP7 * 542: Correctly reset the sub-path when processing routes * 545: Fixed path delimeters being stripped by chain routes affecting later routes * 546: TravisCI: Skip memcache(d) on PHP 5.2 * 547: Session Validators throw 'general' Session Exception during Session start * 550: Notice "Undefined index: browser_version" * 557: doc: Zend Framework Dependencies table unreadable * 559: Fixes a typo in Zend_Validate messages for SK * 561: Zend_Date not expected year * 564: Zend_Application tries to load ZendX_Application_Resource_FrontController during instantiation
Security * ZF2015-04: Zend_Mail and Zend_Http were both susceptible to CRLF Injection Attack vectors (for HTTP, this is often referred to as HTTP Response Splitting). Both components were updated to perform header value validations to ensure no values contain characters not detailed in their corresponding specifications, and will raise exceptions on detection. Each also provides new facilities for both validating and filtering header values prior to injecting them into header classes. If you use either Zend_Mail or Zend_Http, we recommend upgrading immediately.
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