TeamCity 2019.2 RC is out
TeamCity 2019.2 release candidate is already here.
This build fixes over 180 issues and gives a first look at several notable release features:
- New flexible clean-up rules that allow you to fine-tune what types of data to preserve during the clean-up.
- Portable Kotlin DSL now can be parametrized.
- Secondary nodes now allow performing the most common user actions on builds, such as adding builds to the queue or assigning investigations.
- The experimental TeamCity UI is available for Tests and Changes tabs of Build Details. We are also presenting a redesigned version of the Agents page:
Note that the experimental UI is a work in progress and an optional alternative to the classic UI. Based on your feedback, we will make sure to optimize it and migrate all the important classic features in the future releases.
Remember that TeamCity RC builds come without the EAP license, but the license for the previous EAP release is valid for this RC version as well. It is important that you install it on a trial server as the new version will modify the data format, but downgrading is not supported.
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