Do not Miss Multiple New Features in a New TeamCity 4.0 EAP Build!
After, yes, we admit, a long break we unleash a new EAP build of TeamCity 4.0 which has a great number of new features, plus multiple performance improvements and bugfixes. Among the major ones:
- reordering of NUnit tests
- redesigned plugins packaging
- possibility to redefine certain build parameters on manual build run
- running personal builds on a specific build agent from within IntelliJ IDEA
- configurable charts on Projects page
- support for Diana (IntelliJ IDEA 8 EAP project file format)
- and much more…
Happy building and wait for your feedback!
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