Tag Archives: Git

Automatically Building Pull Requests from GitHub

Scenario You’re running an OSS project* and someone makes a pull request. You’ve got two choices: Merge and Pray Pull to local branch, build, run tests and merge if all OK What do you do? Well, what is it going … Continue reading

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TeamCity 7.1: Control the flow!

We’re happy to tell you that TeamCity 7.1 is officially released! If you were following the early access program, you may have noticed that in this release we were mostly focusing on enhancing support for distributed version control systems, such … Continue reading

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TeamCity 7.1 EAP (build 23833)

Today’s EAP build is all about significant improvements in Feature Branches support. Since the release date approaches, we’re focusing on polishing already introduced features and fixing known issues. Here’s what we have for you this time: Extended branches specification syntax: … Continue reading

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TeamCity 5.1.2

Another update for TeamCity is now available – TeamCity 5.1.2, which might be especially interesting for those who use Git with ssh protocol or Visual Studio add-in. This version contains a number of improvements and fixes in these areas and … Continue reading

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TeamCity 5.1.1

A fresh update for TeamCity is now available – TeamCity 5.1.1. Since this release, the Check out on agent feature has become available for Git. Furthermore, a number of bug-fixes included. Take a look at the release notes, download the … Continue reading

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