I haven't upgraded Team City in a couple months; I'm running version 8.0.4. I have been running it against SVN the entire time.
Recently, I have seen two projects that now have an "Active Branches" dropdown. From the TC 8.0 Feature Branch documentation, I thought this was only supported under DCVS repositories like Git & Mercurial, and specifically NOT supported using Subversion.
I have made two changes that might have impacted this, but I'm not sure...
About a month ago, drastically reduced the branches and got rid of nesting.
- We now have:
In the build config in question (it is part of a chain), I changed the checkout rules.
- There are two different Subversion repositories referenced; the main source, and the helpers.
- I changed the helpers checkouts, dropping the leading /,
You'll see in the screenshot that this may be what triggered it, because there are the branches "default" and "+:buildTools/... -:buildTools/..." which makes me think it was making patch changes to the repos?
Anyway, here are my questions:
1. What triggered this? Was it the second set of changes I made?
2. Is there any way reliably to use the Active Branches / Feature Branches under Subversion? I'm guessing not...
More environment info:
TeamCity Enterprise 8.0.4 (build 27616)
Server & Build Agents: Windows Server 2012
SVN Repositories Version: 1.8
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