TeamCity 9.1 EAP1 is out
Just in case you haven’t heard yet, TeamCity 9.1 is planned to see the light in about a couple of months, and today you can take a sneak peek of our progress with the new version: TeamCity 9.1 EAP1 is officially available!
One of the noticeable improvements in this build 35957 is the ability to store versioned project settings in Perforce and Subversion version control systems.
Another important feature that administrators will find handy is the ability to override the default alphabetical order and apply custom reordering to projects, subprojects, and build configurations of a project to make it default for the other team members.
Automatic build triggering has been refined with the enhancements in the Schedule trigger, which can now watch builds in other build configurations and trigger a build on changes in those builds.
With all new features and over 100 bugfixes, we expect this EAP release to improve TeamCity user experience, so get the new EAP build and share your feedback on our forum or report any bugs directly to the tracker.
Please remember that TeamCity 9.1 is still under development, so just like with any EAP, make sure you install it on a trial server first, since it changes the data format.
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