We use TeamCity for building our .NET solutions and Octopus Deploy for deployment. We use semantic versioning using the <major>.<minor>.<patch>.<build> pattern, and I wanted to automatically set… 186 more words
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It’s a common requirement that a set of your tests depends on some resources. It might be a database or an Azure Storage account. It’s possible that instead of providing TeamCity with an administrator account (giving a subscription access for Azure) you’d prefer to have a limited preexisting set or resources like databases or Azure Storage accounts that are leased for a build time by a particular agent. 89 more words
This indeed works very well:
All console output is shown in the build log.
So when you need more context on tests that succeed, you can just output them on the Console.53 more words
In the last entry I’ve shown how to create a PowerShell based git hook, passing following parameters to the hook for sake of validating it. The parameters were: 268 more words