Seems just yesterday we’d opened Early Access Program for TeamCity 5.0, and we’re on air again, and with good news! Here is the new EAP release, which incorporates some delicious features and improvements that, we hope, will tempt you to try them in practice:
- Initial support for virtual agents based on Amazon EC2 service.
- Command line tool for Remote runs.
- Backup & Restore via web UI to simplify TeamCity maintenance.
- Simplified creation of Maven build configurations: just provide URL to your project pom file, and TeamCity will take care of the rest.
- Run build with custom artifact dependencies: if your build has artifact dependencies, you can now choose specific builds to depend on.
- History by agent: view a history of builds that were run on a particular build agent.
- All data shown on the Single change status page is now sorted by tabs: Tests, Builds and Files.
- In Audit log, you can now filter the list of registered activities by user. In addition, new activity types are available for browsing.
- Automatically fetched Project Keys for Jira issue tracker.
- Test connection to specified issue tracker in the issue tracker settings dialog.
- Code coverage improvements.
- and a bit more…
Wish you happy building!
The JetBrains TeamCity team
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