TeamCity 8.0.3 (build 27540) is ready

Please welcome another bugfix release build with a bunch of improvements.

Let us mention some of the most important:
– The issue with caching server side checkout patches which caused significant performance problems in some installations is now fixed.
– We’ve found and fixed a defect with build triggering , thanks to Niek Bartholomeus.
– Some icons in the web interface were tuned to better suit red/green color-blind people, and we hope TeamCity is friendlier to you now!
– Dependencies of Ant network tasks (FTP, sshexec) are now bundled with TeamCity.

Refer to our release notes for the complete list of fixed issues.

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Happy building!

The TeamCity Team

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2 Responses to TeamCity 8.0.3 (build 27540) is ready

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    tan.yang says:

    August 30, 2013

    I have a problem for suggestion,please forgive my poor english ,my problem just like this:
    In TeamCity, I have A B C D four build B & C snapshoot depend on A ,and D is artifacts depend on B & C. ABCD all are maven build ,now ,I want to pass D’s paramaters to B&C,the paramaters are used by maven’s -P。

    When I run build D,I want B&C can use the same paramateers configured in D,and when I run B or C independent,I hope B &C use ther paramaters configerd by themselvies.

    Hope you can help me ,thankyou very much

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    Michael Kuzmin says:

    August 30, 2013

    Vote for this feature request in
    Snapshot dependencies work in pull-style: you run build D, and it calls build A automatically.

    As a workaround you can configure the build chain in a push-style: set up Finish Build Triggers in build A to start builds B and C.
    It allows you starting build A with desired parameters, and reference them in build B, C, and D using Dependencies Properties

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