We have just released TeamCity 2019.1.3: this bugfix update resolves 50 problems.
Some users were facing issues with how the Pull Requests build feature handles old and reopened pull request branches. Now, builds will run properly on such branches and new commits will be consistently detected in them.
To prevent Linux file permissions conflicts for the Docker Compose step, if a build with this step is running on a Linux agent, it will now try to restore the ownership of files under own directories for the user who launched this agent (even if the build was interrupted).
The full list of fixes is available in our release notes.
We recommend upgrading to the new version, as this build addresses multiple security and performance issues.
As a regular bugfix update, TeamCity 2019.1.3 has the same data format as all 2019.1.x versions, which allows easily upgrading/downgrading within these builds.
Remember to check our Upgrade Notes and use one of these options to upgrade:
- upgrade from your recent version with our automatic update
- download the new version from the website
- pull the TeamCity Docker image