Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Added Ruby 2.4.9, 2.5.7 and 2.6.5

  • gcloud CLI updated to 264.0.0

Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Google Chrome updated to 77

  • ChromeDriver updated to 77.0.3865.40

Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Added Ruby 2.4.7, 2.5.6 and 2.6.4

  • JRuby updated to 9.2.8.0

  • PHP versions updated to 7.1.32, 7.2.22 and 7.3.9

  • ChromeDriver updated to 76.0.3809.126

  • Removed libmaxminddb packages, but they can be added back with these steps

CodeShip uses GitHub token scanning feature

The GitHub token scanning feature looks for token names that match regular expressions. See downloading your AES key for more information on regular expressions for CodeShip.

Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • PHP versions updated to 7.1.31, 7.2.21 and 7.3.8

  • Lua updated to 5.3.3

Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Google Chrome updated to 76

  • ChromeDriver updated to 76.0.3809.68

Update to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several version updates:

  • PHP 7.2.20 and 7.3.7
  • Python 3.6.9 and 3.7.4

Skipping builds on the same branch

The auto-supersede feature can automatically skip builds in the queue when a newer build on the same branch comes in. By running a build based upon the latest commit, you can streamline the builds and save time. If a code change commit contains an error and a subsequent commit corrects that error, this feature can skip the build with the error and run the fixed, latest build.

The auto-supersede feature adds a new state, skipped, to the build list.

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To enable the auto-supersede feature, go to project settings, select the Build triggers tabs and select the Auto-supersede builds radio button to On.

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See Skipping builds on the same branch for more information.

Update to CodeShip Basic

ChromeDriver is updated to version 75.0.3770.90.

Opt-in to Build Page Beta

We are planning to change the look and feel of the build details page for CodeShip Basic. You can participate in the opt-in beta for the United Build Page to help provide feedback.

To opt in the United Build Page beta, from the top-level navigation:

  1. Click the drop down arrow, to open the user account menu.

  2. Select Personal Settings. personal-settings.png

  3. Scroll down to Early Stage Beta and look for Updated Build page.

  4. Toggle the Updated Build page switch to on. UpdatedBuildPage.png

You can also opt in on the build details page by clicking the Try the new beta version of this page link in the purple banner. buildpage.png

To provide feedback, just email feedback@codeship.com