7 November 2017
- Buddy key regeneration
- AWS CodeDeploy: added 'Wait until deployment has finished' option
- Heroku: you can now deploy files processed in build actions, for example you can build assets with Gulp or Grunt, and push the source code to Heroku
- Better error support in AWS CodeDeploy & Elastic Beanstalk when authentication data does not allow to add an S3 bucket (deployment to EB requires permissions to S3 buckets). Click here for the full list of AWS policies
- Fixed error support when too little RAM is assigned to build actions. At the moment, all build actions are executed in Docker containers with 2GB of RAM. In a couple of weeks you will be able to buy custom plans with more RAM and vCPU's
- It is now possible to define trigger conditions with API and YAML
- We've changed the way changes are fetched to the pipeline's filesystem, which solved lots of problems with .git metadata
- Short hash has been added to the execution view (until now you had to open an extra link to copy the revision of the execution)
- Fixed bug with synchronizing private repositories in case authorization data used for checkout contained a question mark
- Fixed bug with the 'Wait for apply' action not working correctly for free accounts (caused by the global queue)
- Fixed bug with pipelines not marking actions as disabled when cloning
- Fixed bug with browsing paths in the 'Deploy to AWS S3' action (paths different than root were not being listed properly). Shout out to Roland for pointing that out!
- Docker upgraded to v17.09
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