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  • 16.11.0 (latest)
  • 16.10.0
  • 16.9.0
  • 16.8.0
  • 16.7.0
  • 16.6.0
  • 16.5.0
  • 16.4.0
  • 16.3.0
  • 16.2.1
  • 16.2.0
  • 16.1.0
  • 15.3.1
  • 15.3.0
  • 15.2.0
  • 15.1.0
  • 14.4.0
  • 14.3.0
  • 14.2.0
  • 14.1.0

16.11.0 (latest)

API enhancements

fb24522 - Added new API to manage elastic agent profiles.

Quick Edit (Beta) Changes/Fixes

1a345c0 - Working directory validation on the new pipeline config page.

e116274 - Added tooltip for material filter input.

761b411 - Show server side timer validation on new pipeline config page.

Bug fixes

ec51570 - Do not raise an exception when duplicate modifications are seen in the database.

40999af - Improve handling of weak etags with deflate.

c69c1c4 - Having fixed-delay does not honour the git gc cron.

4509fe7 - Fixing VSM show more link.

e3d3360 - Allow pipeline group admins to create or update SCMs.

d646cfc - Added a blank check for build tasks’ attributes.

5a54b2b - Change current directory of agent’s batch file in windows 8.

008f4f4 - Fix the checkbox to allow known users to login in server configuration page.

e49cac1 - Handling empty responses from package material plugins.

Breaking changes

No breaking changes in this release.

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

Contributors

Alison Polton-Simon, Aravind SV, ByteFlinger, Ganesh S Patil, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Naveen Bhaskar, Rajiesh Narayanan, Sallie Walecka, Sumanth Kumar Mora, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha Varadarajan, Zabil Cheriya Maliackal

Security researchers

https://hackerone.com/gocd/thanks

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Have ideas and want to contribute? Need some help getting started? We're here to help. Reach out to us at support@thoughtworks.com.

Found a security issue that needs fixing? Please report it to https://hackerone.com/gocd

16.10.0

Agents page (Beta)

This is a new page for managing agents, which should feel a lot more light weight and snappier than the existing agents page.

We would really appreciate your feedback to make this page better. If you notice any issues or bugs with this page, please submit a bug report on GitHub

agents-spa-screenshot

How do I use this?

Click on the "Check out the new agents page" on the agents page that you're familiar with.

old-agents-page

Known issues

#2735 - Agents Bulk update API: Enabling a pending agent returns 400 bad request

Improvements

53d0d42 - Show details about linux distribution flavors and versions (#2608)

cc69476 - Filter for pipeline history view (#2391)

API enhancements

687d454 - Added new API to manage pipeline templates (#2233)

f8ab50a - Added PATCH support for environments update API, this will allow you to specify pipelines and agents that should be added and/or removed in a single API call.

09c864e - Added Agents API V4. This adds a 'build_details' property with relevant links to the job that is currently building on the agent.

Bug fixes

2d8ec07 - Spaces are not trimmed from environment variables (#1411)

845ee9b - Tweak the agent registration protocol a bit (#2558)

ee9cdae - Escape the jar URL to allow symbols such as # (needed when running GoCD on Mesos)

Security fixes

1f2a189 - Do not display the value of secure environment variable in templates view (#2652)

Performance improvements

53ab276 - Removed an extra post merge validation (#2594)

Breaking changes

No breaking changes in this release

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

Contributors

Aravind SV, Ganesh S Patil, Juhi Jariwala, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Matt Devlin (Mdevlin4 on GitHub), Sumanth Kumar Mora, Naveen Bhaskar, Rajiesh Narayanan, Tim Anderegg, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha Varadarajan, Venkata Jaswanth, Zabil Cheriya Maliackal

Security researchers

https://hackerone.com/gocd/thanks

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Have ideas and want to contribute? Need some help getting started? We're here to help. Reach out to us at support@thoughtworks.com.

Found a security issue that needs fixing? Please report it to https://hackerone.com/gocd

16.9.0

Quick Edit (Beta)

Currently, editing a pipeline means navigating through multiple pages (and page refreshes), for modifying stages, jobs with tabs for options and environment variables, etc. Quick edit to make it smoother.

With this feature, you can change a pipeline's materials/stages/jobs/tasks simultaneously and update it as single operation. This feature also uses the new pipeline config API to make your configuration changes quicker.

How do I use this?

Click on "Quick Edit" button on the pipeline edit page.

Quick edit

Click on "Normal Edit" button to get back to old edit page.

Quick edit
Why is this beta?

We are working on adding few missing features like:

  • Package materials (like yum, maven, artifactory plugins)

  • Pipeline template editing, pipelines that use templates can only update Pipeline Settings and Materials

Known issues?

Missing API validation for a few attributes, they are tracked below:

  • Pipeline Config API: Stage operate permission user not validated (#2629)

  • Pipeline Config API: Validation missing for parameter name used in the custom task argument (#2628)

  • Missing validation errors on pipeline_config API (#2553)

What's next?

We really appreciate your feedback to make this page better.

Going forward, once all the features are in, we plan to use this page as the default view for modifying configuration.

Submit your feedback by creating github issue at https://github.com/gocd/gocd/issues

API Enhancements

d662685 - Provided Git and git-gc stats in the support api (#2578)

Library upgrades

973cbf2 - Upgraded jetty minor version to 9.2.18.v20160721

74b8b47 - Upgraded logging jars

Bug fixes

dc78601 - Added validation of the encryptedPassword attribute of password aware materials - SVN, P4, TFS.

Security Fixes

faa6a2a - Removed displaying url's from the not found page (#2584)

ca7ff9c - Changed the package material check-connection request from GET to POST (#2550)

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

Contributors

Ganesh S Patil, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Naveen Bhaskar, Rajiesh Narayanan, Sumanth Kumar Mora, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha Varadarajan, Zabil Cheriya Maliackal

Security researchers

https://hackerone.com/gocd/thanks

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Have ideas and want to contribute? Need some help getting started? We're here to help. Reach out to us at support@thoughtworks.com.

Found a security issue that needs fixing? Please report it to https://hackerone.com/gocd

16.8.0

Beta Feature - Elastic agents

The new extension point allows the gocd server (with the help of plugins) to spin up and shut down agents on demand. This extension point allows plugin developers to write plugins that allow GoCD to hook into and leverage various technologies like Docker, AWS, GCE, Kubernetes.

Developers can start building their own elastic agent plugins by forking the skeleton plugin and looking at a sample docker plugin as an example reference implementation. The plugin API documentation can be found here.

API Enhancements

ee281ec - Added v3 of agents API to render (read-only) elastic agent attributes.

Security Fixes

d8cd812 - Disallowed directory listing of certain folders on the GoCD server.

d05746b - Added a friendlier error message on failing to send test email.

fb32102 - Disallowed Plugin Interact endpoint for non Authentication Plugins.

4d871a6 - Add cache control and pragma header to login page.

Breaking Changes

e7bb87b - Added a custom header to the Create Backup API.

914974d - Added a custom header for the Create Artifact API.

Performance fixes

670df79 - Re-use SSL connections by specifying a user principal as part of all remoting connections.

4c472e1 - Used fixed delay instead rate execution of agent ping thread.

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

  • As of release 16.5, Java 7 support was deprecated. Java 7 support will be removed in 17.1 release (scheduled to be released in January 2017). GoCD works great with Java 8, and users are encouraged to use it.
  • As of release 16.7, version 1 of the Pipeline Config API was deprecated. This version of the API will be removed in 16.10 release (scheduled to be released in Oct 2016). Version 2 of this API is backward compatible, and users are encouraged to use it.
  • As of release 16.7, Java API based Go Plugins have been deprecated. Support for running these plugins will be removed in 17.1 (scheduled to be released in January 2017). Plugin developers are encouraged to upgrade their plugins to use JSON message based plugin API. to build plugins.

For GoCD developers

8806f6b - Added a vagrant file to allow local development and testing of GoCD.

Contributors

Aravind SV, Ganesh Patil, Jyoti Singh, Ken Mugrage, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Naveen Bhaskar, norcnorc, Rajiesh Narayanan, Sumanth M, Tomasz Setkowski, Varsha Varadarajan, Zabil Cheriya Maliackal

Security researchers

https://hackerone.com/gocd/thanks

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Have ideas and want to contribute? Need some help getting started? We're here to help. Reach out to us at support@thoughtworks.com.

Found a security issue that needs fixing? Please report it to https://hackerone.com/gocd

16.7.0

GoCD configuration under SCM (a.k.a Config repositories)

Manage pipeline configurations from one or more source-control repositories (think "git repository") and modify them externally. You can find more details about it here, and watch a quick demo of this feature here.

Known issues

Upgrading the agent to 16.7.0 before upgrading the server is known to cause issues. Users are advised to first upgrade the server to 16.7.0 before they upgrade the agent.

In case you are seeing issues with the agent not starting up after the upgrade, please see this comment.

Important bug fixes

3e88caf - Windows Installer fixes

Improvements

b283b42 - Display the correct ip-address of agents running on virtualized instances or containers. (#1657)

API enhancements

34e05b6 - New API for viewing, creating and editing Pluggable SCMs. (#1508)

642d7f4 - New API for creating and editing environments. (#966)

79c7168 - New API for bulk updating agents. (#2340)

99e2707 - New API for viewing Plugin Information. (#1873)

d4a7639 - Support for updating whitelists using pipeline configuration API.

Security fixes

103340c - Upgraded all agent-server communication to use HTTPS by default. Read more about how to improve security of your GoCD setup.

3d2afad - Pluggable tasks secure configurations are encrypted before saving to xml configuration. (#903)

657feb3 - Added missing security headers on a few pages to activate web browser protection.

6909484 - Escaped the error message in the repositories page. (XSS)

Breaking changes

f58e900 - Removed Agents API v1, users should use version 2 of the Agents API

5602048 - Removed old backup API, users should user version 1 of the Backup API

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

For GoCD developers

d395806 - Migrated build scripts to Gradle

Contributors

Aravind SV, adeshmukh-sf, Dominic Tootell, Ganesh Patil, Jyoti Singh, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, norcnorc, Rajiesh Narayanan, Sumanth M, Ted Sheibar, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha Varadarajan, Venkata Jaswanth, Viktor Sadovnikov, Zabil Cheriya Maliackal

Security researchers

https://hackerone.com/gocd/thanks

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Have ideas and want to contribute? Need some help getting started? We're here to help. Reach out to us at support@thoughtworks.com.

Found a security issue that needs fixing? Please report it to https://hackerone.com/gocd

16.6.0

Whitelist support for SCM materials

#2314 - Handling the triggering of a pipeline for monolithic repositories using a whitelist.

For example, in a repository 'baz' with folders/projects 'foo/bar' and 'foo/qux' one can trigger the pipeline only on changes to 'foo/bar' by configuring it as a whitelisted folder.

API Enhancements

#2240 - Added a URL endpoint to grab a snapshot of the GoCD config git repository. For example, backup the config repo 'config-repository' using:

git clone https://ci.example.com/go/api/config-repository.git

#2283 - Changed the existing API /api/support to return information in JSON format for easier parsing. This end point also returns more information to identify performance bottlenecks.

#2239 - Added a version API to get the version of Go server.

Performance Improvements

#2248 - Improved page load performance across the board.

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

  • As of release 16.5, Java 7 support was deprecated. Java 7 support will be removed in 17.1 release (scheduled to be released in January 2017). GoCD works great with Java 8, and users are encouraged to use it.

Upcoming Feature - Config in a repository

This release also adds foundation for reading pipeline configuration from the material's repository. This feature is still in development and more details can be found here.

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Contributors

Thanks to Aravind SV, Carlos Villela, Ganesh S Patil, Joakim Lahtinen, Jyoti Singh, Ketan Padegaonkar, Lubaina Rangwala, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Marina, Naveen Bhaskar, Paul Nilsson, Rajiesh Narayanan, Ted Sheibar, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha V, Xiao Li, Zabil C.M for making GoCD better!

16.5.0

Support for Java 8

We've graduated from being Java 8 compatible to officially supporting it! You can see our journey to this milestone here.

GoCD will continue to support Java 7 till release 17.1 scheduled for January 2017. Post that, we will exclusively support Java 8. We recommend that you plan for and upgrade to Java 8 (for both GoCD server and agents) before the 17.1 release.

Performance

#2145 - Handle large modifications made to SCM materials without memory issues on the agent.

Materials

Fixes around handling git rebase

#2110 - Fix automatic build loop after a git rebase.

#985 - Fix git history rewrite causing errors.

User interface

#2136 - Warnings on VSM if pipeline is built with incompatible revisions.

Deprecations

Features that become superceeded or irrelevant become deprecated, and are scheduled to be removed in some timeframe.

The following features have been deprecated, along with the timeframe when they will be removed

  • As of release 16.5, Java 7 support is deprecated. Java 7 support will be removed in 17.1 release (scheduled to be released in January 2017). GoCD works great with Java 8, and users are encouraged to use it.

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Contributors

Thanks to Aravind SV, Brett Cave, Ganesh S Patil, Jen Marley, Jyoti Singh, Ketan Padegaonkar, Moritz Lenz, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Naveen Bhaskar, Rajiesh Narayanan, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha V, vmignot, Zabil C.M for making GoCD better!

16.4.0

Security

Important: There are several security fixes to prevent XSS, CSRF and remote execution exploits. We highly recommend this upgrade to keep your GoCD server and agent secure.

Performance

#2106 - Handle eviction/expiry of composite-keys from GoCache

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Contributors

Special thanks again to drrb for reporting and verifying all of the security vulnerabilities in this release.

Thanks to Aravind SV, Austin Guest, David Rice, Ganesh S Patil, Jen Marley, Jyoti Singh, Juhi Jariwala, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Naveen Bhaskar, Rajiesh Narayanan, Rami, Varsha V, WPC, Xiao Li, Zabil C.M for making GoCD better!

16.3.0

Security

Important: This release fixes several XSS and CSRF vulnerabilities which can be exploited in earlier versions. As the changes are extensive, patches for older releases will not be provided. We recommend all users to upgrade to this version to safeguard your GoCD server.

These security vulnerabilities were responsibly disclosed by drrb. We want to give users some time to upgrade, before providing more details about the vulnerabilities. We will work with drrb on the specifics of providing these details, soon.

Notable features

Materials
GoCD shallow clone for git
Configuration
Installers

API changes

The following APIs now require an extra request header Confirm: true (due to security-related changes):

Deprecations

  • The old java API-based plugin extensions for tasks and package repositories has been deprecated. Developers are encouraged to use the new JSON message-based APIs to author plugins.

    These APIs will be removed in the September release of GoCD.

  • In light of downward trend in Solaris installers, we are now considering a timeline to stop providing Solaris installers for GoCD. Users can continue to use the generic zip files to run GoCD on Solaris. However the support for Solaris will be on a best-effort basis.

    We will stop providing Solaris installers from the July release of GoCD.

Note

A more comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Contributors

Special thanks to drrb for reporting and verifying all of the security vulnerabilities in this release.

Thanks to Andre Moeller, Aravind SV, bradeac, Chris Northwood, Daniel Somerfield, David Rice, Dmitry Ledentsov, Fredrik Wendt, Glenn Lewis, Jan Fabry, Jovan Alleyne, Jyoti Singh, Juhi Jariwala, Juha Siponen, Ketan Padegaonkar, Mahesh Panchaksharaiah, Rajiesh Narayanan, Tomasz Sętkowski, Varsha V, WPC, Xiao Li, Zabil C.M for making GoCD better!

16.2.1

Important: 16.2 has been removed from the downloads page because it had an issue which caused problems while installing windows agents.

Fixes

16.2.0

16.1.0

What's new in GoCD 16.1

We are moving to a more regular release schedule, and so you might see releases with mostly issues fixed, while bigger level features are in progress across releases.

Important features and bug fixes in this release -

Note

The comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Thanks!

Tomasz Setkowski, Sean Escriva for making this release of GoCD better!

15.3.1

What's new in GoCD 15.3.1

Important: 15.3.1 has been removed from the downloads page because it had an issue which could have caused problems during configuration save. The issue mentioned is fixed in 16.1.0. The rest of the issues mentioned below are a part of 16.1.0 as well. We highly recommend upgrading to 16.1.0.

Important bug fixes in this release -

Note

The comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

15.3.0

New API for editing pipelines

A convenience JSON HAL compliant API for modifying pipelines. Check api.go.cd for usage details.

Get informed about updates

A new version of Go CD is released every few months, with this feature you’ll now be notified about the latest supported release (if you are running an older version).

Bell icon on the top nav bar

Release notification appears on hovering over the bell icon

Other notable features

Important bug fixes

Note

The comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Thanks!

Tomasz Setkowski, Steve Hill, Alex Schwartz, Pooja R, Srinivas Upadhya, Xiao Li, Sandy Gordon, Arun Kumar, Björn Andersson, Federica Luraschi, Graham Christensen, Parker Shelton, Justin, Max Griffiths, Ashok Gowtham M, Massood, Ben Overmyer,James M. Greene, Ashwanth Kumar, Jakub Narloch, Alex Voitau, Joakim Wånggren, Paul Clarkin, X O and markuswehrle for making Go better.

15.2.0

Improvements to the console log

GoCD now supports rendering of ANSI color codes to show you much more beautiful console logs. Additionally, Go will automatically follow the logs as your build produces it, very much like your favorite terminal program.

Console log coloring
Authentication end-point

With the newly exposed authentication end-point, Go users can now add custom authentication schemes through plugins. Read the blog post for details.

GoCD Login Page with Git Hub icon
Setup hostname when auto-registering agents

You can now specify a property agent.auto.register.hostname to setup the hostname when auto-registering an agent.

API Improvements

Go's APIs are fairly old, have inconsistent and unpredictable content types (csv, xml, json, plain text).

We have now migrated the Agents API, Users API, Backups API to use JSON hypermedia API (using JSON+HAL).

Going forward, we would like to announce an ongoing effort to improve and migrate existing APIs to use something that is more modern, easy to discover, learn and build API clients for.

Learn more about the new API on our new api documentation site.

Other notable features

  • #194 - Allow secure variables (environment) on environments, stages and jobs.
  • #1121 - Ability for plugins to CRUD global configuration.
  • #958 - API method for renaming agent.
  • #264 - Agent API to assign resource.
  • #1261 - Port over Users API.
  • #1292 - Port over Backup API.
  • #1087 - Switching to Jetty 9 by default
  • #1210 - SSL connection errors/warnings with modern browsers
  • #1306 - Upgrade jre packaged with windows installers to java 7u79

Bug fixes

  • #68 - Re-scheduled pipeline does not show the updated Agent IP details on the Job details page
  • #1089 - Re-scheduled Jobs not being marked as completed on completion
  • #1060 - Assets (and content) could be served as gzip
  • #1061 - UTF-8 characters not getting displayed correctly when the job is running or when it is rescheduled
  • #1291 and #1249 - Fan-in performance improvements.
  • #1039 - Fix for relative root paths in SVN 1.5+ externals.
  • #1109 - XSS vulnerability on user settings page.
  • #1219 - XSS vulnerability via SCM commit messages.
  • #649 - Destination folder inside flyweight gets deleted in case a material is specified twice in the config (with and without destination).
  • #1297 - UI fix to display file in artifact tab if it contains only blank spaces as file name.
  • #1199 - Could not fetch artifact with '+' symbol in filename
  • #1012 - Unable to change configuration after making one of the pipelines use a template
  • #1201 - Session tracking mode changed to be cookie only

Note

The comprehensive list of changes for this release can be found here.

Thanks!

@ctorpe, @thenathanjones, @nfisher, @paulclarkin, @skarlso for making Go better.

15.1.0

New plugin endpoint for "Materials"

This new plugin endpoint introduced in 15.1 allows Go’s already long list of source code materials to be extended without making changes to the core!

Support for this endpoint brought along support for GitHub pull requests, contributed by an external contributor @ashwanthkumar (so exciting!), with support from a Go core contributor, @srinivasupadhya. You’ll never need to wish that Go supported your favorite kind of material repository, you can implement support for it yourself!

You can see all the SCM material plugins on the Go community plugins page. See how to write one, here.

Here’s how the GitHub pull requests plugin looks in action (below). Read more about it in this blog post. Watch out for more improvements in the UI around this area.

GitHub Pull Request with GitHub poller and notification plugins

New plugin endpoint for "Notifications"

Continuing on the path of opening up different parts of Go for extension, Go 15.1 introduces a new plugin endpoint for notifications. At this point, Go notifies the plugin of changes in the status of every stage, as it happens! This allows for quite a lot of use cases, and we are excited to see plugins written against this endpoint even before release (yay, open source!).

@matt-richardson has written a really nice generic notification plugin, which sends build notifications to any websocket listener! @ashwanthkumar has written a great plugin to notify Slack about build status changes. @srinivasupadhya has written a couple of nice notification plugins to update pull request statuses in GitHub and Atlassian Stash.

You can see all of those plugins on the Go community plugins page. See how to write one yourself, here.

Pipeline label shortening

This contribution by @alexschwartz helps declutter the Go Dashboard, by allowing the pipeline label to be trimmed, per material. This feature is really useful when dealing with unwieldy 40 character SHAs in pipelines with git/mercurial materials in them. This feature allows this:

Old long pipeline labels

to be changed into this:

New short pipleine labels

Read more about this feature in the documentation.

Timestamps in console logs

Starting from Go 15.1, Go’s console logs will have timestamps for every line. This is very useful for finding out long-running parts of tasks. Here’s how it looks:

Console log timestamps
More ...

This release is filled with many other notable features, changes and fixes, such as:

  • #848 - Support for Mercurial versions 2.0 and greater.
  • #781 - Post-commit hook for Mercurial (contribution by Go team alumnus, @sachinsudheendra).
  • #768 - A beta feature to upload plugins directly from within the Go plugins tab (contribution by @pwen and @pamo).
  • #700 - Run multiple agents as services - for Linux (contribution by @bernardn).
  • #400 - Large part of a long-pending upgrade from Jetty 6 to Jetty 9 (turned off, by default in 15.1 - Waiting for some performance fixes on Jetty’s side).
  • #104 - Agents do not restart because of a server restart, any more (plugin sync issue fixed).
  • #725 - Pipeline instance information through APIs.
  • #941 - Small improvement around config save -Look for a lot more around this area soon!
  • #877 - Performance improvements around CCTray and APIs.

14.4.0

New Features

  • 719 - JSON message based Plugin APIs (docs - package, task)
  • 44 - Revise how new pipelines appear under 'Personalize'. Thanks @mmb for the contribution. (docs)
  • 699 - Users can comment on pipeline run history. (docs)
    Note: This feature needs some improvements listed here. Therefore the feature is turned 'off' for this release. To turn 'on' the feature, see details. Thanks @mmb, @gajwani,@fkotsian & @bsnchancontribution.

Bug Fixes

  • 716 - Multiline commit comments don't trigger notifications. Thanks @mythgarr for the contribution.
  • 360 - Unable to 'clean working directory' when recursive symlinks are present. Also, improved logging for error scenario. Thanks @mmb & @gajwani for the contribution.
  • 770 - 'Check connection' for package materials fails in 'new pipeline creation' wizard when there are many other task plugins registered.

Others

  • 688 - Change command error stream prefix to STDERR. Thanks @mmb for the contribution.
  • 769 - Remove unnecessary logging from test environment. Thanks @hammerdr for the contribution.

14.3.0

New Features

Enhancements

  • 435 - Value Stream Map for a commit. (docs)
  • 466 - Setting up e-mail notifications is now easier with 'any pipeline' and 'any stage' options. Thanks @lcs777 for the contribution. (docs)
  • 460 - Enhanced search which hide pipelines. Thanks @ciotlosm for the contribution.
  • 310 - Plugin logger now allows logging exceptions. Thanks @tusharm for the contribution.

Tech Debt

  • 130 - Upgrade Rails 2.3.14 to 4.0.4. Thanks @juniorz for your ideas and contributions during the early days of migration.
  • 401 - Moved four database tables to Hibernate from iBatis. Not something we expected to get a PR for, kudos to @RikTyer for this one.

Bug Fixes

  • 315 - Pipeline label was not getting resolved in case of auto trigger.
  • 403 - If Go server has firewall restrictions on outgoing connections, Xml test artifacts with dtd specified used to cause problems while uploading.
  • 469 - Fixed logged in session timeout. Thanks @greenmoss for reporting the issue.
  • 297 - Resource and personalise drop-downs were not showing up properly on some versions of chrome.
  • 482 - In Value Stream Map, material circle was not being rendered properly. Thanks @dvarchev for investigating and sending a patch.
  • 548 - Polling and builds used to fail when a git submodule URL changed. Thanks @mmb for the contribution.
  • 314 - Don't allow leading/trailing spaces in commands. Thanks @sahilm for the patch.
  • 525 - Output working directory in console output and when polling fails. Thanks @mmb for the patch.
Other

14.2.0

Enhancements

  • 190 - Git post commit hook to trigger Go pipeline.
  • 271 - Make card activity gadget work with mingle saas instance.
  • 185 - Adding a layer of database connection configurations.
  • 203 - Adding verbosity to exception message while loading DatabaseProvider.
  • 114 - Move OSX packaging from ant to buildr.

Bug Fixes

  • 286 - Go server logs for mac installers are not coming up.
  • 196 - Cannot save a job which has colon (:) in its Nant Path.
  • 223 - Large artifact fail to upload.
  • 246 - Pipeline history view flashes for long pipelines.
  • 91 - The pipeline activity page does not show the revision completely even on hovering on it.

Others

  • 213 - Removing unused filter code.

14.1.0

Enhancements

  • Added capability to create a Task plugin.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a corner case issue around job reschedule.
  • Fixed issue where SVN post-commit hook was not passing along credentials.
  • Fixed issue with adding users via UI with a . (dot) in the username.
  • Go Agent handles UnknownHostException by substituting host name with a generated name.
  • Task running executables in the working directory should now be prefixed with ./.