TeamCity 9.1 RC is out today
We are happy to announce the TeamCity 9.1 release candidate! We’ve been putting a concentrated effort into finalizing the new features and fixing issues, so here is our latest news.
Now unidirectional communication between the TeamCity agents and the server is enabled by default. Should you run into any issues, please let us know.
Besides, TeamCity 9.1 RC introduces a number of fixes in the Nunit 3.0 support. We’ve looked at the statistics related to the usage of code coverage tools with NUnit and decided that JetBrains dotCover will be the only coverage tool for NUnit 3.0 for now.
As usual, make sure to install this build in a test environment since it changes the data format, and downgrade is not supported.
TeamCity 9.1 will be out in a few days, so stay tuned!
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