TeamCity Calcutta 4.1 EAP, build 8804 is available

New TeamCity EAP release (build #8804) is ready for download!


In this build:
- ability to report test based on XML reports (need this only if your tests are not automatically reported);
- support for importing PMD and FindBugs reports to display in Inspections browser;
- test information on the Project level: individual test history across build configurations, problematic tests;
- Visual Studio Addin: suport for Perforce;
- ability to group tests by package/class in build's Tests view;
- many other fixes and improvements;


Read about the changes in the release notes.


Download the EAP build at http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Download+Latest


Please do not forget to backup your TeamCity data before upgrading.


As always, your feedback is highly appreciated!


Happy building,
The JetBrains TeamCity Team

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In the release notes you say that the latest TeamCity EAP is able to group tests, a feature I am looking forward to!

Based on which information will the grouping be done? And can we use service messages to tell TeamCity what separates a group from its tests?

FYI, I'm using a BDD framework which generates "readable" output, i.e

DefaultBus, When the message bus is destroyed should run the dispose action
DefaultBus, When the message bus is destroyed should send stop signals to message processors
DefaultBus, When the message bus is destroyed should stop dispatching messages

The test output is sent to TeamCity via service messages where "DefaultBus, When the message bus is destroyed" is the test suite name and "DefaultBus, When the message bus is destroyed should ..." are the test names of the suite.

I would like to see them grouped like so:

DefaultBus
    When the message bus is destroyed
         should run the dispose action
         should send stop signals to message processors
         should stop dispatching messages
    (other DefaultBus test suites)
         ...

Thanks,
Alex

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Hello Alex,

  You will be able to report test suites for your tests using service messages. And than, report test names.
  For your case, there will be only one-level grouping, based on the test suite names.

  So far TeamCity can recognize more grouping, for Java-like test names, but not the hierarchical suites (yet).

  Regards,
  KIR

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