Friday, November 13, 2015

TeamCity 9.1.4: Bugfix Update

TeamCity 9.1.4 build 37293 is released with a number of fixes and improvements.

We are gradually switching to the next major version development and only do important updates to 9.1.x: fix issues from the major reported ones and update tools support for the latest versions.
For the past two months since the previous update we have addressed over 100 issues. These include a range of .NET development fixes and general improvements.

As usual, the data structure is the same as in other 9.1.x versions, so in case of any issues with the new version you will be able to downgrade to other 9.1.x version.

Just download and follow the upgrade instructions.

Friday, September 18, 2015

TeamCity 9.1.3: Quick Update

Things happen and 9.1.2 release featured a bug which might have turned critical in some setups.
So here we are with 9.1.3: a fresh update with several fixes.
As usual: grab it and use it.

Sorry for the trouble with 9.1.2.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

TeamCity 9.1.2: Bugfix Update

Update: Due to a critical bug in 9.1.2 related to command line scripts under Linux, we've just released 9.1.3 with the fix. Please upgrade to 9.1.3 instead of 9.1.2.

Please welcome 9.1.2, a fresh bugfix update to the stable TeamCity version.

Included are more than 100 improvements and fixes, including performance and security ones.

As usual, this is an easy upgrade from 9.1.x versions as no data structures are changed.

With the vacation season over we are getting up to speed for the next major TeamCity version development. In the nearest plans is the TeamCity team gathering to discuss the upcoming features and things to do for the next year. Do you have thoughts on what those should be? Share!

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 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.