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

Updates to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • OpenJDK 11 was added.

  • The following languages were updated:

    • Ruby 2.6.3

    • JRuby 9.2.7.0

    • Python 3.4.10

CodeShip Basic Builds run on Ubuntu Bionic

All customers are now running Ubuntu Bionic. See Ubuntu Bionic On CodeShip Basic for more information.

Updates to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Ruby 2.4.6 was added
  • The following Python versions were added:
    • Python 2.7.16
    • Python 3.5.7
    • Python 3.7.3

Updates to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has the following updates:

Enhancements to Build Only On Pull Requests

GitHub Enterprise projects can now choose to only trigger builds when opening, updating, or closing Pull Requests. See Configuring Build Triggers for more information.

Updates to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • The following Ruby versions are added:

    • Ruby 2.5.4
    • Ruby 2.5.5
    • Ruby 2.6.2
  • The following tools are updated with new versions:
    • Chrome 73
    • ChromeDriver 73.0.3683.68
    • Firefox 65.0.2
    • geckodriver 0.24.0
    • Go 1.12
    • Elasticsearch 6.6.1
    • Gradle 5.2.1
    • Ant 1.10.5
    • leiningen 2.9.1
    • sbt 1.2.8
    • Maven 3.6.0
    • cf-cli 6.43.0
    • gcloud CLI 232.0.0

CodeShip Basic Builds run on Ubuntu Bionic

We are upgrading the OS to Ubuntu Bionic in order to keep the Basic environment current and supportable.

Beginning February 18th we will begin gradually running builds on Bionic. For many projects, this will be an uneventful change and your builds will just work.

For projects with custom configurations, we expect you will need to make some adjustments to get your builds running on Bionic. If you need to opt-out of this change you can visit the General tab under Project Settings. Please contact our support team at support@codeship.com for assistance with any migration challenges.

Bionic builds are already available, so if you would like to get started now, just let us know. Thanks, and as always let us know if you have any questions!

Build Only On Pull Requests

We’re very happy to announce that as of today you can choose to only trigger builds when opening, updating, or closing Pull Requests! This works for both GitHub, GitLab, as well as Bitbucket.

Triggering builds only on Pull Requests look similar to regular builds. The difference is the pull request number is on the build element.

The pull request number and the URL of the pull request are now available as environment variables only for builds triggered by pull request events:

* PR_NUMBER is populated with the pull request number.
* CI_PULL_REQUEST is populated with the URL of the pull request.

To enable builds only on Pull Requests, change the project settings under Build Triggers to “Build only on PR events". build_only_PR.png

See Configuring Build Triggers for more information.

Thoughts? Comments? Please send any feedback you have to feedback@codeship.com

Updates to CodeShip Basic

CodeShip Basic has several updates:

  • Ruby 2.6.1 is added
  • The following tools are updated with new versions:
    • Chrome 72
    • ChromeDriver 2.46
  • Beanstalkd is no longer running by default. You must manually install Beanstalkd. See Beanstalkd documentation for more information.

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