TeamCity 1.2 Release Candidate is Now Available
The nearest minor TeamCity 1.2 release is aimed at improving the productivity and the support for the continuous integration process of .NET platform developers. It also contains a number of bugfixes and improvements.
The final release is scheduled for January 15, 2007. In the meantime, we invite you to download the first Release Candidate of TeamCity 1.2.
New feature highlights are:
- integration with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
- support of Visual SourceSafe 2005 and 6.0
The integration plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 can be downloaded from My Settings page; the installation procedure is quick and straightforward. After you have installed a plugin, you can jump from the results of failed tests on TeamCity’s Build Results page to the TeamCity Stacktrace View in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
When creating a new project in TeamCity, select Visual SourceSafe from the list of available version control systems and specify the VCS project root values.
To successfully run the TeamCity 1.2 release candidate, you can either use the existing 1.0 or 1.1 license key, or request a 60-day trial key by completing a short evaluation form.
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