Welcome Jaipur 2018.1 RC
Today we’re announcing TeamCity 2018.1 release candidate.
This build contains over 150 fixes, improvements in support for Docker, but most importantly it comes with simplified Kotlin DSL format for TeamCity settings.
If you ever wanted to try Kotlin DSL for TeamCity settings but you were put off by its complexity, now it’s time to change your mind, as we considerably reworked it.
Remember that TeamCity RC build comes without the EAP license, but you can still use the license for the previous EAP release.
Stay tuned for the latest news – the release date is approaching!
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