VCS support : extensible ?

We use a non common VCS here (MKS SourceIntegrity) and i was wondering if there was some kind of API that would allow to plug custom VCSs into TeamCity ?

(We have an IDEA plugin allowing access to MKS)

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Hello,
yes, you can write plugin to support your version control. I'm glad to help
you in it.
As a start point see VcsSupport class and its javadocs. More detail document
concerning vcs plugin will be available soon. Let me know if some problems
or questions will appear.
Thanks!

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"Thibaut" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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We use a non common VCS here (MKS SourceIntegrity) and i was wondering if
there was some kind of API that would allow to plug custom VCSs into
TeamCity ?

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(We have an IDEA plugin allowing access to MKS)



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This seems good, but where can I find this documentation ?

I've downloaded the war package and can't find the javadocs you're speaking about (I found the VcsSupport interface in a jar, but javadocs would be usefull :))

ps : i couldn't download the exe package, company antivrus complains that it contains too many files, i'll try it at home

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I managed to download the tar.gz package, and it contains the java sources for what seems to be TeamCity openApi in jar openApi-1654.jar.

Is that what you were thinking of ? Or am I missing something ?

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Thibaut wrote:

I managed to download the tar.gz package, and it contains the java sources for what seems to be TeamCity openApi in jar openApi-1654.jar.

Is that what you were thinking of ? Or am I missing something ?


Yes, these are OpenAPI sources.


Regards,
KIR


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