commits ahead. We like to make things work smoother, too. - You can now name your Docker file anyway you want: - it doesn't have to be "dockerfile" anymore. How about "buddyfile"? - Yet another Docker build improvement: now you choose a specific Docker file, not the whole directory. This means you can keep different Docker files in one folder. Docktastic! - You can now use
~/in deployment actions to set the home path. - The list of executions has been, guess what?, optimized. From now on we don't keep executions older than 15 days; the last 200 executions are never removed. - Some of our existing users used to log in to the service with "Sign up by GitHub" and had to go through the tutorial wizard every goddamn time. We understand that - we're lazy, too. From now on you can log in with the sign-up button so you can begin procrastinating faster. - We've added some new execution information in API because of the changes to the default payload in HTTP POST. ## Bug Fixes - On rare occasions, upon terminating an execution some actions were still displayed as in progress. Fixed. - Some of our clients have reported a bug with group permissions in GitLab causing errors in the list of projects. Fixed. - There was a bug with capital letters in the email address which caused problems with logging to the service. Fixed. - For now the Git push action only supports HTTPS. However, the action lacked a validator and that excluded URL's with SSH protocol. We've added it. We're going to add support for SSH soon, too. - If one of pipeline executions has been skipped and the following has failed, the action 'on failed' didn't execute properly. Now it does. - There was a bug with choosing the remote path in one of the most popular import methods. Now there isn't. "