JetBrains, the company behind Intellij IDEA, have released TeamCity 4.0: distributed build management and continuous integration server. The new version has improved support for alternate platforms (such as .NET and Ruby), supports more parallel build options, and has several new management features.
JetBrains has been continuously improving their award winning Java IDE, Intellij IDEA. However, it has gone way beyond just a Java development tool, especially with this latest release.
InfoQ had the opportunity to interview Dmitry Jemerov from JetBrains, Inc. regarding the recent release of IntelliJ IDEA 8 Milestone 1. Read on to find out what to expect in the latest version of the award winning IDE and when it will be ready for prime time.
Jetbrains has released TeamCity 2; their Continuous Build platform adds more VCS support as well as IDE plugins. Eclipse support includes a personal builds, views of builds triggered by the developer's check-ins, offending code highlighting, etc. The VS plugin includes Team Foundation Server integration, managing TFS specific tasks including check in policies and notes and TFS work items.
JetBrains has released version 1.2 of TeamCity, a continuous integration server which now includes a plugin for Visual Studio 2005, along with support for Visual SourceSafe.
Jetbrains has released version 6.0 of their IntelliJ IDE and version 1.0 of their new TeamCity continuous integration server product. IntelliJ 6.0 improves support for EJB 3.0 and adds support for several new frameworks such as GWT. TeamCity includes pre-commit testing to ensure that incoming code changes do not break the build.
Jetbrains has just announced the full featureset for the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 6.0. Included are JEE, Swing, and refactoring enhancements as well as integration with their new team enviroment product TeamCity.