This build introduces enhancements in the builds dependencies, namely: option to reuse the builds if they have no changes rather then rebuilding them each time for an upstream build; ability to configure artifact dependency to use the dependency built on the same sources; support for the builds sequences in the personal builds and display of the dependencies for a running/finished build.
If you try the feature, let us now how it suits your building process and what is still missing to fulfill your build dependencies requirements.
Other additions in the build are individual test details page with the test runs history and ability to commit a pre-tested commit if no new tests failed.
And yes, we've also added support for .Net code inspections tool: FxCop form Microsoft.
One of the features we started to work on is integration with externals source browsing tools. Some initial functionality is already baked in this EAP release.
Here is how to try it: Create a new file named change-viewers.properties in the .BuildServer/config directory with the content like:
;external change viewers config example
;all entries are optional
;general format is: rootId=external tool link template
;all roots of type 'svn'
;specific root id
Then look for a link "Open in external change viewer" in the change description on the build's Changes page.
Do you like the feature? What tools do you need integration with?
Browse the full EAP release change log and download the build.
Your comments are welcome!