It’s about time to try a new TeamCity 6.0 EAP build, which introduces the long-awaited feature – Multiple Build Runners. Many of you voted for this one, and now we would like to hear your feedback on it. Here’s how it works – you can add as many build runners to a single build configuration as you need, and they will be executed step by step. In the end, the build gets merged status and the output goes into the same build log. If some step fails, the rest are not executed. We’re still actively develop this feature, so it’s up to you to help us make it better!
In addition to Multiple Build Runners, this EAP build contains various improvements for IntelliJ IDEA Project Runner, IntelliJ IDEA plugin, Eclipse plugin and more. Check the complete release notes and try the build, but don’t forget to back up your data before upgrade.
One more thing, there’s a new open-source plugin you might find interesting – Cloud-VMWare plugin, which provides an implementation of TeamCity cloud support for VMWare Player. Note, that this plugin is designed to work with the most recent TeamCity 6.0 EAP release, meaning this one.
The JetBrains TeamCity Team