New Eclipse Plugin Possibilities, Build Runners Improvements and More
Good news everybody!
The release of TeamCity 4.0 is now nearer than it was ever possible! :)
Even though we struggle to resolve as many issues as possible and our main goal now is the interface polishing, we still bring you some neat new features:
- Eclipse plugin now permits a so long-awaited Remote Run using Perforce plus you can now commit your personal build changes manually.
- For Ipr-based build runners (including Ipr itself, Inspections and Duplicates Finder) you can force retrieving the project-related information and get either missing or already unused parameters of the build configuration.
- Improvements in support of Perforce client mapping configured in TeamCity: mapping of all files in a directory without subdirectories is supported now.
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