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Bump dama/doctrine-test-bundle from 5.0.3 to 6.0.0 #704

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commented Jul 10, 2019

Bumps dama/doctrine-test-bundle from 5.0.3 to 6.0.0.

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Dependency updates

  • drop support for PHP < 7.2
  • drop support for PHPUnit 6
  • drop support for Symfony 2
  • bump requirement for doctrine/dbal to ~2.9
  • bump requirement for doctrine/doctrine-bundle to ~1.11

thanks @​garak

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[6.0.0]

Changed

  • drop support for PHP < 7.2
  • drop support for PHPUnit 6
  • drop support for Symfony 2
  • bump requirement for doctrine/dbal to ~2.9
  • bump requirement for doctrine/doctrine-bundle to ~1.11

[5.0.0]

Changed

  • support PHPUnit 7
  • drop support for PHPUnit 5
  • drop support for PHP 5.6 and 7.0

[4.0.0]

Changed

  • use only one listener class for both PHPUnit 5 and 6+.
  • use savepoints for nested transactions if possible
  • add functional tests

[3.2.0]

Changed

  • decorate original doctrine connection factory service instead of replacing it

[3.1.0]

Changed

  • only require symfony/framework-bundle instead of symfony/symfony

[3.0.0]

Changed

  • made phpunit/phpunit a dev dependency only
  • removed separation of two different branches/releases for PHPUnit < 6 (1.x) and >= 6 (master/2.x)
  • renamed phpunit listener class

Fixed

  • compatibility with symfony/phpunit-bridge
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@GKFX GKFX self-assigned this Jul 11, 2019

doctrine-test-bundle 5.0.3→6.0.0, PHPUnit 6.5→8.2.4
Bumps [dama/doctrine-test-bundle](https://github.com/dmaicher/doctrine-test-bundle) from 5.0.3 to 6.0.0.
- [Release notes](https://github.com/dmaicher/doctrine-test-bundle/releases)
- [Changelog](https://github.com/dmaicher/doctrine-test-bundle/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md)
- [Commits](dmaicher/doctrine-test-bundle@v5.0.3...v6.0.0)

composer.json now says it provides phpunit to avoid it being installed
as a requirement of dms/phpunit-arraysubset-asserts, which is a
replacement for an assert which was removed from PHPUnit.

@GKFX GKFX force-pushed the dependabot/composer/dama/doctrine-test-bundle-6.0.0 branch from 9cdc337 to 85f4a6a Jul 12, 2019

@GKFX GKFX merged commit 85f4a6a into master Jul 12, 2019

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