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by Marek Mierzwa | October 26 2015

by Евгений Грязнов | June 11 2014

When it will support Hg?

JetBrains June 11 2014
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TeamCity does support Mercurial for quite a while, including bookmarks, subrepos and feature branches. For details, please see

by Deep232 | October 11 2013

When it will be upgraded to support VS 2012?

JetBrains October 15 2013
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The current version (8.0) does support Visual Studio 2012. However seems like we haven't updated the "supported VS versions" field in time: will fix that right now, thanks for bringing this up to our notice.

by Ali.Alikhani | June 29 2013

Ye That It,Thanks JetBrains

JetBrains June 30 2013
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Thank you Ali!

by Pavel Pontus | November 28 2012

JetBrains December 10 2012
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Thanks Pavel!

by Asaf Benyamin | March 15 2012

JetBrains December 10 2012
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Thank you Asaf!

by Laurencev | October 26 2011

by Jon Erickson | April 14 2010

by JohnSheehan | May 05 2009

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  • support VS 2013
    3 Posts | Last post September 28, 2016
    • When it will be upgraded to support VS 2013?
    • Tomas, thanks for the question. The latest TeamCity (version 8.1) in fact does support VS2013. Please download the build from TeamCity web site ( We'll update the build here on Visual Studio Gallery in a short while.
    • I use Visual Studio 2013 with Visual C++ code and we have a TeamCity server. I would like to be able to do remote runs and see the results before I do a checkin. How do I achieve that? I installed the plugin and it only shows some targets, most of my test targets are not shown. How do I configure it?
  • Git support?
    1 Posts | Last post September 08, 2016
    • Currently the plugin does not detect my local changes. It looks like the plugin does not support Git:
      This is not a lack of documentation: Git is actually not listed in the Teamcity options.
      (VS2015, No Resharper)
  • Login using LDAP
    3 Posts | Last post August 08, 2016
    • Hi,
      We have users in TeamCity setup using Windows Domain Authentication. However, when I try to login to the plugin with these credentials (with, or without the domain added), I get one of the following messages:
      Using credentials with domain specified
      Failed to connect to the server http://lhr-wbtcyapp101/: Login failed in all authentication modules with messages:
      Using credentials without domain specified
      Failed to connect to the server http://lhr-wbtcyapp101/: Incorrect username or password.
      Any ideas how to resolve this?
    • Hi, Daniel. Please check that you are able to use these credentials to login into TeamCity web UI. If so, please submit a bug request to with debug logs ot TeamCity server attached.
      Thank you!
    • Hi Evgeniy,
      Only able to login using domain credentials - unable to login using Username/Password. This is fine normally - but there is no option for domain credentials in the VS plugin.
  • Visual Studio 2015 support
    2 Posts | Last post September 30, 2015
    • Hi,
      When will the TeamCity plugin support Visual Studio 2015. I do not use ReSharper.
    • Sanny, even though you don't use ReSharper, in order to integrate the TeamCity plug-in into VS2015 you can download the ReSharper Ultimate installer from and choose to only install the TeamCity plug-in.
  • Link goes to TeamCity full download?
    1 Posts | Last post November 19, 2014
    • Is there any way to download the extension? I want to use it on VS2013 but we are on 8.0 and Ops will take forever to upgrade. The link here just goes straight to TeamCity site...?
  • C++ support
    2 Posts | Last post April 22, 2014
    • Does TeamCity support VisualC++?
    • Boost Test and CppUnit test runners are both supported via plug-ins.
      Then of course, you have language-independent support for major version control systems and IDEs (there's a TeamCity plug-in for Visual Studio).