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.
Tomas, thanks for the question. The latest TeamCity (version 8.1) in fact does support VS2013. Please download the build from TeamCity web site (http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/whatsnew/) 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?
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)
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 https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/TW with debug logs ot TeamCity server attached.
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 http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download and choose to only install the TeamCity plug-in.
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).