TeamCity 8.0.5 is Out
We are happy to announce TeamCity 8.0.5! It comes packed with more than 60 bug fixes, among which there are a few performance improvements that should benefit many users and a fix for a bug in TFS support which caused connections leak on the server in some cases. So, if you are using TeamCity 8.0.x, it is highly recommended to upgrade to the new version as soon as possible.
All the more reason to upgrade for .Net developers working with TeamCity is the fact that this release comes with the support for MS Build Tools 2013 in the MSBuild and VS Solution runners. As for test runners, the NUnit runner now works with framework version 2.6.3. .Net code coverage is further enhanced with the bundled JetBrains dotCover 2.5.
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