Agra, build 3602 is available

Hello,

After a long delay we're glad to announce next EAP build for Agra (TeamCity 2.0).
In this build:

  • VCS: ClearCase support

  • VCS: Team Foundation Server support

  • Preliminary Eclipse plugin with Remote Run feature (subclipse ver. 1.1+ is required), project

status

  • Generic command/shell script runner

  • Search for Code Duplicates runner for IDEA project + view duplicates results in IDEA (Selena

only, doesn't work for 6.0.x)

  • Support Ant 1.7 by default + JUnit4 tests

  • Improved agents screens, possibility to enable/disable agents from Web

  • Show agent status (busy, not busy) on the compatible agents page

  • Build Configuration screen improvements (separate page for runner parameters, tabs on

triggers page)

  • Several WebDiff improvements


Jira Release Notes:
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=10170&styleName=Html&version=11001

Download: http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Download+Latest

Kind regards,
KIR

--
Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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It seems like a lot of bugs in TeamCity will only be fixed in Agra (2.0).
Does this mean that existing customers will have to pay for these bugfixes (and for new features a lot of existing customers won't ever use, because if you are currently using svn, ClearCase support is rather uninteresting)?
And how much will an update license be?
Wasn't Agra once called version 1.5?

Especially #1322 is a real concern for us (and probably other Maven users).
Until this bug is fixed, using TeamCity with Maven is really very limited.

I would find it borderline unfair to have to pay again, as Maven functionality was advertised in 1.0 and is implemented really poorly unless it doesn't support the use of modules.

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Tobias Kurzke

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Hello Tobias,

It seems like a lot of bugs in TeamCity will only be
fixed in Agra (2.0).
Does this mean that existing customers will have to
pay for these bugfixes (and for new features a lot of
existing customers won't ever use, because if you are
currently using svn, ClearCase support is rather
uninteresting)?
And how much will an update license be?


We haven't decided yet whether users will have to pay for upgrade to Agra, and if yes, how much.
Possibly, this will depend on type of TeamCity license (TeamCity/IDEA 6.0) and when it was bought. But again, I cannot say more right now.

Wasn't Agra once called version 1.5?


That's right, but it looks like we'll add enough functionality to call it 2.0.


Especially #1322 is a real concern for us (and
probably other Maven users).
Until this bug is fixed, using TeamCity with Maven is
really very limited.


Totally agree with you, Maven issues are painful by the moment.
But I have good reasons to believe that the situation will be improved.

With kind regards,
KIR

--
Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hello,

Due to annoying bug "Agents" page stops to show "install agent link" in this
EAP build. Attached are modifed JSP files with this bug fixed. Please
overwrite JSP from build with newer files.

--
Pavel Sher


"Kirill Maximov (JetBrains)" <Kirill.Maximov@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:eora5p$v72$1@is.intellij.net...

Hello,

>

After a long delay we're glad to announce next EAP build for Agra
(TeamCity 2.0).
In this build:

>

  • * VCS: ClearCase support

  • VCS: Team Foundation Server support

  • Preliminary Eclipse plugin with Remote Run feature (subclipse ver.

1.1+ is required), project
status

  • Generic command/shell script runner

  • Search for Code Duplicates runner for IDEA project + view duplicates

results in IDEA (Selena
only, doesn't work for 6.0.x)

  • Support Ant 1.7 by default + JUnit4 tests

  • Improved agents screens, possibility to enable/disable agents from

Web

  • Show agent status (busy, not busy) on the compatible agents page

  • Build Configuration screen improvements (separate page for runner

parameters, tabs on
triggers page)

  • Several WebDiff improvements

>

Jira Release Notes:
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=10170&styleName=Html&version=11001

>

Download: http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Download+Latest

>

Kind regards,
KIR

>

--
Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"







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Kir,

We haven't decided yet whether users will have to
pay for upgrade to Agra, and if yes, how much.
Possibly, this will depend on type of TeamCity
license (TeamCity/IDEA 6.0) and when it was bought.
But again, I cannot say more right now.


This is critical info for us as we are about to go live with
TeamCity and shut down our existing build system.

The decision as to what version of TeamCity we go live
with (1.2 or a beta of 2.0) will be based on what, if any,
additional fees are involved. Much of the reason I would
like to use Agra when we go live is based on fixed bugs
in 2.0 as well improved functionality particularly with
regard to using Perforce VCS. Critical new features for
us are dependent builds and the ability to use multiple
sandboxes in a single project.

Will there be an announcement when you have decided
on Agra upgrade strategy?

Thanks,
-Dave

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We haven't decided yet whether users will have to
pay for upgrade to Agra, and if yes, how much.
Possibly, this will depend on type of TeamCity
license (TeamCity/IDEA 6.0) and when it was bought.
But again, I cannot say more right now.


I have to say, in my opinion it would be a most unfortunate decision to charge for moving to version 2.0, since the bugs in 1.x have prevented us from fully using the product in the first place. In effect, the early users of TeamCity have been acting as beta testers, and through our feedback, contributing directly toward helping TeacmCity realize its potential.

Thank you,

Eric

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Dave Leskovac wrote:

Kir,

Will there be an announcement when you have decided
on Agra upgrade strategy?


Surely. I'll try to induce our high management
to make the decision in shortest time.

Kind regards,
KIR


--
Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Tobias, Eric, Dave, everyone,

The official decision has been made about upgrade policy to Agra -
existing customers will be able to upgrade with no additional fees.

With kind regards,
KIR
--
Kirill Maximov
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Tobias, Eric, Dave, everyone,

The official decision has been made about upgrade
policy to Agra -
existing customers will be able to upgrade with no
additional fees.


Good news. Thanks, Kir!

-Dave

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Excellent. Thanks!

--Dave Griffith

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That's fantastic.

--Tim

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