TeamCity 8.1.2 is Out

During the past month we’ve been focusing on making TeamCity more stable and bug-free, and today we are pleased to announce that TeamCity 8.1.2 has just been released!

As hinted by the version number, this is a bugfix and tweak build resolving about 80 issues, many of which we were able to investigate and fix thanks to your feedback!

The issue with notification popups in the Windows tray notifier introduced in 8.1 has been resolved, besides, this release comes with quite a few performance and usability enhancements. One of such improvements is the possibility to track memory and CPU usage by TeamCity with the new charts on the Diagnostics page of the Server Administration Web UI.

For .NET developers using JetBrains tools, this is an ideal moment to switch over to the new TeamCity build, as our VS Addin is now compatible with ReSharper 8.2. The Java code coverage engines used by TeamCity, IntelliJ IDEA and JaCoCo, now come with support for Java 8.

To take advantage of the fixes and to see why we consider the TeamCity 8.1.2 release to be the best version available, we encourage users of 8.1.1 and all prior versions to upgrade. Check out our Release Notes and download the new version now!

Happy Building!

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2 Responses to TeamCity 8.1.2 is Out

  1. Scott says:

    Despite your claims and release notes, build 8.1.2 does NOT resolve TW-33982 or TW-32346. I have no idea why you thought it did when it is obvious that absolutely no effort has been made to identify and fix the root cause of the issue. These issues were reported back in September, and Jet Brains has utterly failed its TeamCity users. This is ridiculous. We had no problems running inspections pre version 8, and every version since “upgrading” has failed to run inspections correctly. Resharper inspections result in no errors, but TeamCity literally reports thousands of useless errors against our solution.

    Why was TW-33982 marked as fixed in 8.1.2 when obviously no testing was done and the problem wasn’t fixed?

    Are other issues that were supposedly fixed also not really fixed?

  2. Allen George says:

    I’d like the TeamCity team to focus on usability improvements and “new user” friendliness for TeamCity 9.x. We’ve been using TC 7.x and 8.x for almost 2 years now and I (as well as our new engineers) are routinely confused by the UI and how to perform actions. It seems quite easy to lose your context (i.e. realize where you are in the TeamCity) UI.

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