TeamCity 7.1.2 (build 24170) is available
It took us more than a month to prepare another bugfix release. TeamCity 7.1.2 contains > 100 fixes and some of them are rather important.
We fixed several performance issues, compatibility with Perforce 2012.2, a couple of bugs with builds sitting in the build queue and not starting. We also added compatibility fixes for NuGet 2.0 and support for new Amazon EC2 instances. We strongly recommend everyone to upgrade to this version.
TeamCity 7.1.2 is a bugfix release and as such it does not modify data structure. It should be easy to install and easy to revert to previous 7.1.x version in case of any problems.
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