Now when re-running a build, TeamCity preserves all the custom parameters of this build and its dependencies as of the time of the original run.
Initial Support for Shared
Since this EAP shared resources can be locked not only for regular builds, but for composite builds as well. A lock on the specified resource will be acquired when a composite build starts (when the first build of the composite build chain starts); the lock will be released when the composite build finishes (the last build in its chain is finished).
The locks acquired on composite builds affect only these composite builds and are not propagated to their individual parts.
For example, if a resource has a quota of N, then N composite builds that have a read lock on this resource can be run concurrently. The number of concurrent individual builds inside these composite builds will not be affected by the resource quota.
Adding a lock on a composite build is done the same way it is done for a regular build: it can be done by adding the Shared Resources build feature.
Java 9 and Java 10 can now be used to run an agent
- Gerrit Commit Status Publisher now allows an admin to configure custom values for success and failure instead of +1 and -1 respectively. This label is also configurable.
- All fixed issues [TODO]