Tuesday, August 4, 2015

TeamCity 9.1.1: Bugfix Update

Here is our first update after 9.1 release. It has several critical fixes for issues reproducing on some installations and generic bug fixes, including some security-related. Thank you all who reported issues with 9.1 release!

Check the full list of fixed issues in our tracker and consider upgrading soon.

As usual, bugfix updates do not change the data structure, so for 9.1 installations this is an easy update with ability to go back if necessary.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

TeamCity 9.1: Custom Order for Projects, Versioned Settings for Subversion and Perforce and Much More

It's been 8 months since 9.0 release, and today is the time to share all the new features we've implemented during this period: TeamCity 9.1 release build is now available for download.

It includes lots of new features and bug fixes. There are some security-related fixes, so prompt upgrade for your servers is recommended.

If you are interested in details there is the full list of fixed issues as filed in our issue tracker. Security-related issues are not yet public, we will make them publicly visible in several weeks.

If you are using professional version or your enterprise license maintenance period has not yet elapsed: upgrade. Otherwise consider using evaluation license key available from the download page to probe the version.

Let us know what you think about the release!

Friday, July 10, 2015

TeamCity 9.1 EAP4: Countdown for Release

This is probably the last EAP build before the 9.1 release planned for the next week.

Comparing to the previous one, it has SBT runner plugin bundled and it defaults to not using server-to-agent HTTP connection anymore (details). The build has an RC quality and is recommended for the test servers.

It's your last chance to try pre-release TeamCity 9.1 and notify us if anything goes wrong with it!

The build already have no EAP license key bundled, so let us know if the server switches to professional mode on upgrade.

Stay tuned for the release!

Friday, July 3, 2015

TeamCity 9.1 EAP3: Approaching Release

We plan TeamCity 9.1 release for July, so this is one of the last EAP builds which is approaching release quality. We run nightlies on our internal TeamCity instance for a long time already and have just upgraded public test instance https://teamcity.jetbrains.com/ with the build.

The build introduces experimental ability for one way agent-to-server communication and bundles VSTest support which was previously available as a separate plugin. For details check the release notes or full list of fixed issues.
Apart from that we are mostly focused on polishing of the earlier introduced functionality and fixing bugs.

It's high time to try the build on your test servers and drop us a line if you find any issues with it.

BTW, if you missed the results of the TeamCity plugins contest, make sure to check the winners and all the participants on the plugins page.

Friday, June 26, 2015

TeamCity 9.0.5: Performance Improvements, Security and Other Fixes

Here is 9.0.5 (build 32523): a fresh stable release with latest performance improvements and other 50+ fixes including some security-related ones.

Upgrade is recommended so get it from the official download page and let it roll on your servers.

As usual, this bugfix update does not change TeamCity data format and downgrade to other 9.0.x builds is possible.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

TeamCity 9.1 EAP2: Per-Build Step Settings, Build Log Color and More

Last week we have prepared a new build sharing our current development effort in the scope of upcoming TeamCity 9.1: build 36518.

Check the release notes or full list of the fixed issues.

Get the build from the EAP page.
While the build is stable enough to build all the JetBrains products, it is not recommended to upgrade your productions servers. Trying the build on a test server is the way to go. Please note that the build updates the Data Directory structures so downgrade of the data is not possible.

We target 9.1 release for July, so the started features are stabilizing and get polished. Don't miss your chance to let us know your experience with this EAP build. Report issues into the tracker and leave feedback in the forum.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

TeamCity 9.1 EAP Opening: Custom Sorting for Projects and More

Here is the first preview of the upcoming features in TeamCity 9.1.

The major visible addition is ability to set custom display order for the Build Configurations and Projects lists. The world is no more alphabetically sorted!

If you use Perforce or Subversion you can now store Project and Build Configuration settings in the version control, just like you could in Git and Mercurial since TeamCity 9.0.

And there are more. Check the full release notes. Or full list of fixed issues.

The build has all the fixes included into 9.0.4 release and is stable enough for our production use within JetBrains.

There is an EAP license key bundled which is valid for 60 days. This way you can install it on a test server and try it for the time. We will release the next EAP build within the license time.

TeamCity 9.1 is currently planned for the mid-summer, we still have time to add some interesting features.

Download,  install on a test server and let us know your feedback or any issues you face in the tracker.