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v1.7.1.177 | Continua CI

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/02/07

Continua CI 1.7.1 Version History


January 28th, 2016


  • Update: NUnit Action now includes option to install command line via NuGet.
  • Update: Set Variable action now to allows setting build variables copied from project and application variables.
  • Update: Now including Inconclusive and “Not Run” tests in the unit tests tool tip on Configuration view.
  • Update: PlasticSCM repository updated to deal with changes to the command line in recent versions.
  • Fix: Ensure that XUnit unit test failures always include a message even when test result type is missing.
  • Fix: Issue where unit test totals would be calculated incorrectly when there was more than one unit test action in a stage, some tests were shelved and the second unit test action included more than 1000 tests.
  • Fix: Issue with missing TFS assembly when using the 2005 client version for a TFS repository.
  • Fix: Issue where Stop button was displayed on some pages when user did not have Build.Stop permissions.
  • Update: Now suppressing warning message when unit test name is truncated.

Note : You will need to update your agents after installing this build

Source: Version 1.7.1 History | Continua CI

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