BuildMaster 6.0 Beta3 Released

Now before you upgrade, please note that ...

BuildMaster 6.0.2 is a beta release.

That said, our beta releases are quite stable (we use them internally), and we do support users who choose to upgrade sooner.

To install or upgrade, simply download BuildMaster and run the installer.

Make sure to check out the BuildMaster 6.0 Overview to learn what's in this beta, and what will be coming. Here are the specific items we changed in this beta:

  • BM-3147 - Add "Require Issues Closed" Automated Gate
  • BM-3132 - Clarify behavior on IssueTrackerPromotionRequirement
  • BM-3162 - Add variable functions: @ApplicationReleases, @ReleasePackages, ReleaseVariable, PackageVariable
  • BM-3161 - Improve type load error for legacy types
  • BM-3160 - Update logo on notification emails
  • BM-3159 - FIX: exception thrown when viewing test results for an execution with no tests
  • BM-3158 - FIX: Occasional redirect to an error page at the end of an execution instead of the package overview
  • BM-3157 - FIX: SSH processes are not interrupted by cancellation of an execution
  • BM-3154 - FIX: JSON variable editor should validate variable names when updated instead of at run time
  • BM-3152 - FIX: Event listener owner is not read by the editor which may result in inability to edit unless the user is an administrator
  • BM-3151 - FIX: Deleting event listeners requires admin privileges even for the current user's event listeners
  • BM-3150 - Optimize stored procedure for searching for variables by application group
  • BM-3149 - Allow Scheduled Deployments from Release and Package API
  • BM-3126 - Reduce execution log load time for long execution logs
  • BM-3120 - Application names in the application dropdown menu wrap on underscores in addition to hyphens
  • BM-3155 - FIX: ServersInRole function can return inactive servers
  • BM-3153 - FIX: Remove "Server licenses available" Restriction from UI

To learn more about how we distinguish between major, minor, and maintenance releases, make sure to check out KB#1059 - When should I update?