TeamCity 1.1 minor release: new features, bugfixes, and usability improvements
The latest version of TeamCity is now available at Download page.
This release is mainly aimed at improving product quality based on your bug reports and feedback, which we really appreciate. We have also added several features that make your team development process smarter:
- Support for TestNG tests for Ant build runner
- Subversion access over https with client certificate authentication
Now TeamCity works under Internet Explorer 7.0 and Firefox 2.0.
You can take a look at these and other features in the TeamCity live demo.
More features are coming soon in the next minor release:
- support of ClearCase and Visulal SourceSafe
- long-awaited integration of TeamCity with Microsoft Visual Studio
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