Release Notes: This release verifies GitHub pull requests and updates pull request status based on build results, integrates the GitHub issue tracker to parse GitHub issues in commit messages, leverages the perforce shelve feature to run pre-commit builds without using a user agent, retrieves changes of Subversion externals, adds custom build and request columns, displays the reason for waiting steps, uses environment variables in composite steps for inheritance and overridden, allows drag-and-drop to organize favorite dashboards, provides resource access information to know about resource usage status, and adds coverity report rendering.
Release Notes: This release launches the build agent on demand into Amazon EC2. A build pipeline to visualize the commits lifecycle across different build and deployment stages. Optionally stores artifacts of configuration sub tree to specified build agents to reduce server load. Grid and server metric collection and trending. Alert definition and notification for key performance indicators.
Release Notes: A customizable dashboard was provided for users and groups to organize build information via gadgets. Report aggregation provides a build metrics summary of descendant configurations. Resource management was implemented for better control of build distribution and agent load. A grid partition divides grid nodes between different configuration trees. User activity auditing was added for tracking and reviewing every modification to the system. CollabNet TeamForge, Redmine, Google Repo, and Boost tests were integrated. The report system was redesigned for improved user experience and performance.
Release Notes: DVCS (distributed version control system) integration was added, including Git, Mercurial, and Bazaar. A gated push feature was added to run verification builds against ready-to-push changes on the server before sending them to the official DVCS repository. .NET support was enhanced with Team Foundation Server, MSBuild, and Visual Studio solution builder integration.
Release Notes: This release works tightly with issue tracking systems to provide an integrated view of issues, builds, and SCM changes. You no longer need worry about which issues are fixed in a particular build or in which build a particular issue is fixed, since QuickBuild tracks this information for you automatically. The release management functionality was improved considerably with the ability to use the next unreleased version in the issue tracker as the next build version, and the ability to push built versions into the issue tracker as released versions.
Release Notes: This release adds a plugin and RESTful API for easier integration with other systems. A cross-platform tray monitor is included to monitor build status and receive build events from the desktop without opening the browser. A custom statistics feature allows the user to add self-defined statistics based on user-supplied data. The NCover&FxCop report can now be published to report .NET code coverage and analysis.
Release Notes: The most important features introduced in this version are the pre-commit test, advanced build grid, versatile build reports, graphical build workflow design, visual build promotion, source code view/diff, and build comparison. QuickBuild 2.0 also includes enormous improvements such as an intuitive user interface, fine-grained permission control, real time build progress and log monitoring, and variable prompting.
Release Notes: This release comes with features like self-registering, RSS for build events, a CSharp remote API (in addition to the existing Java API), and a Rake builder for building Rake-based applications. Several addons are also available for this release, including IntelliJ/Eclipse/Visual Studio plugins and a desktop notifier.
Release Notes: This version is able to authenticate users through the LDAP protocol. Various LDAP server are supported, including Microsoft Active Directory. User group information in an LDAP server can be leveraged to set user permission on the QuickBuild side. Another important change is the enhancement of the build promotion feature. Besides the ability to reproduce a build in another configuration with a new version, you can promote artifacts of an existing build into a new build and optionally run additional steps to process them. At the same time, the source code can be re-labeled with the new version.
Release Notes: This release features an easy to use interface, remote and parallel build support, ultra powerful build dependency resolving, fully customizable build process, build promotion, a rich set of REST APIs, and much more.