TeamCity 2017.2 EAP3 is released
We continue working on the new TeamCity version and today we are announcing TeamCity 2017.2 EAP3.
This release brings you over 90 fixed issues, as well as a number of new features which we are sure you’ll find useful:
- TeamCity now supports automatic upgrade which can be initiated from the Administration | Update page.
- We introduce default templates, that can be defined in a project and used to collectively modify build configurations of this project.
- Good news for Kotlin fans – now when Kotlin settings are enabled for a project, project and build configuration settings will be available for editing from the web UI.
Please refer to the Release notes for the full list of improvements including those in composite builds, Docker support and more.
Upgrade to the new EAP version either automatically or download TeamCity 2017.2 EAP3 build as usual. Remember to install it on a trial server as it changes the TeamCity data format.
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