Changes log as part of the artifacts?

Is there anyway I can get a file with the changes made to a given build as
part of the artifacts? If that's not possible, anyway I can get the
changes page for the .lastSuccessful build?

Thanks,
Pablo

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In 4.0 EAP we provide a file containing changes made in the build and a property containing path to this file. In previous versions I think this could be done via plugin, for example plugin could listen buildFinished event, produce such file on the server side and put it into the build artifacts directory.

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On Wed, 28 May 2008 06:50:29 -0300, Pavel Sher (Jetbrains)
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote:

In 4.0 EAP we provide a file containing changes made in the build and a
property containing path to this file. In previous versions I think this
could be done via plugin, for example plugin could listen buildFinished
event, produce such file on the server side and put it into the build
artifacts directory.

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Where can I find a reference for this new properties?

Thanks,
Pablo

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The property name is "teamcity.build.changedFiles.file". This property contains full path to a file with information about changed files included in the build. The file contains lines separated by new line. Each line corresponds to one file. The line has the following format: :, where: - is a type of modification and can have the following values: CHANGED, ADDED, REMOVED, NOT_CHANGED, DIRECTORY_CHANGED, DIRECTORY_ADDED, DIRECTORY_REMOVED - ]]> is a path to a file relative to the current checkout directory.

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On Wed, 28 May 2008 13:38:45 -0300, Pavel Sher (Jetbrains)
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote:

The property name is "teamcity.build.changedFiles.file". This property
contains full path to a file with information about changed files
included in the build. The file contains lines separated by new line.
Each line corresponds to one file. The line has the following format:
<change type>:<relative file path>, where:
- <change type> is a type of modification and can have the following
values: CHANGED, ADDED, REMOVED, NOT_CHANGED, DIRECTORY_CHANGED,
DIRECTORY_ADDED, DIRECTORY_REMOVED
- <relative file path> is a path to a file relative to the current
checkout directory.

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Great! Thanks
Pablo

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