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.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

TeamCity 9.0.4 BugFix Update

A new update with latest fixes for the stable TeamCity version.

Grab the build and upgrade.

As usual, this bug fix update uses the same data structure as other 9.0.x builds, so downgrades are possible to other 9.0.x versions.

And while we are adding new features for the upcoming TeamCity 9.1 and wrapping some of them for the 9.1 EAP  you have a wonderful reason to create own TeamCity plugin: you get a JetBrains IDE license and can get one of the grand prizes for your contribution to the TeamCity plugin contest. Participate!