More Good Things in TeamCity EAP
The Early Access Program for TeamCity 2.0 now includes a cool Visual Studio plug-in which supports remote runs for Microsoft Team Foundation Server.
Remote run is a safety net for testing the latest code changes. Instead of committing your changes to the version control – and risking to break the build – you can send them to the build server and run them remotely. If your tests fail, you’ll get the notification and the sources in version control will happily remain unchanged.
Check out our TeamCity EAP program at http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW.
For more details on the currently released version (1.2), see TeamCity home.
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