TeamCity 9.1.4 is released
Today we’re issuing TeamCity 9.1.4 bugfix release containing over 120 fixes and some feature refinements.
.Net platform support has also been polished and this TeamCity release includes:
- the latest NUnit 3.0 compatibility fixes;
- updates for the bundled tools: ReSharper Command Line Tools and dotCover have been updated to version 10.0;
- fixes for the issues with .Net inspections when the latest .Net framework versions are targeted.
A number of issues with NuGet feed have been alleviated in this release and TeamCity supports NuGet 3.2, but its automatic distribution to agents is not yet available as Microsoft does not provide new versions of nuget.exe wrapped in NuGet packages. As a workaround, this NuGet.exe v3.2 package can be uploaded to the TeamCity server via the NuGet administration UI.
Download this release and upgrade your TeamCity to take advantage of the latest improvements. As usual, our bugfix release does not modify the data format and you can easily upgrade/downgrade within TeamCity 9.1.x versions.
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