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teamcity-azure-plugin - TeamCity support for Azure cloud agents

  •    Java

Enable TeamCity cloud integration with Microsoft Azure and allows virtual machines usage to scale the pool of build agents.This repository contains plugins for Classic and Resource Manager deployment models. You can select an approriate plugin according to the Microsoft deployment guidelines.

teamcity-dotnet-plugin - TeamCity plugin for .NET projects

  •    Kotlin

The TeamCity .NET Core plugin provides support of the .NET CLI toolchain.It simplifies building cross-platform applications that use frameworks and libraries like ASP.NET Core and EF Core.

teamcity-nuget-support - TeamCity NuGet support

  •    Java

This plugin provides NuGet support features for TeamCity. For more details, please see NuGet support description.The plugin is bundled from TeamCity 7.0. If you need the latest build, download and install it as an additional TeamCity plugin.


  •    Java

When building, testing, and deploying an application with TeamCity, you may need to run a build under a specific user account, different from the one used to run the build agent.The teamcity-runas plugin can be used to run TeamCity build steps under a specified user account on Windows or Linux. See Wiki for more information.

teamcity-rust-plugin - TeamCity Rust and Cargo plugin

  •    Kotlin

The TeamCity Rust plugin brings build infrastructure support for the Rust programming language.You can download the plugin and install it as an additional TeamCity plugin.

teamcity-s3-artifact-storage-plugin - TeamCity plugin which allows replacing the TeamCity built-in artifacts storage with AWS S3

  •    Java

This plugin allows replacing the TeamCity built-in artifacts storage with AWS S3. The artifacts storage can be changed at the project level. After changing the storage, new artifacts produced by the builds of this project will be published to the (specified) AWS S3 bucket. Besides publishing, the plugin also implements resolving of artifact dependencies and clean-up of build artifacts.Baseline functionality finished. Feedback wanted.

teamcity-symbol-server - TeamCity Symbol Server plugin

  •    Java

Allows using TeamCity as a Windows symbol server and source server.

teamcity-commit-hooks - Plugin for TeamCity simplifying installation of webhooks for repositories in GitHub and GitHub Enterprise

  •    Kotlin

The plugin also installs webhook automatically when a build configuration is created via a URL or GitHub integration and uses a repository from GitHub Enterprise. The plugin is compatible with TeamCity 10.0 or later.

teamcity-web-parameters - Teamcity plugin that provides dynamic parameters for builds from web service

  •    Java

More images available here. To run your web-service, navigate to webserver directory and execute a command: python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8099 It will start simple http server on port 8099, which will serve your local directory, where command was executed. This is not a production web service and should be used in testing environment only. Also there is processes_web_server.py script, which can be used to demonstrate dynamic options: it lists currently running processes on a host machine and uses name/pid for key/value. Please note, that it uses psutil library, so you migth need to install it: pip install psutil.

tsqlt-teamcity - TeamCity runner for tSQLt tests

  •    Java

tSQLt is a Unit Test Framework for TSQL (the SQL dialect in SQL Server). Most solutions to run tSQLt with TeamCity involves custom SQL and Powershell scripts and even RedGate has a tool for that (and a plugin for TeamCity as well). I needed something ever simpler, that can run tests already present in a database and report the results back. This is the result of that requirement.

teamcity-azure-agent - TeamCity support for Azure cloud build agents

  •    Kotlin

Enables TeamCity cloud integration with Microsoft Azure and allows virtual machines usage to scale the pool of build agents. More details about TeamCity Azure Resource Manager plugin could be found in the following blog post.

teamcity-slack - TeamCity Slack plugin

  •    Scala

This plugin allows you to integrate your CI with Slack. The main feature is that you can specify not exact branch name but the regexp branch mask.

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