Ubuntu images update on January 15, 2020

What’s new in both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 images

  • Install of graphviz 2.40.1
  • Update version of clang 9.0.1
  • Update version of Octopus Tools 6.17.0
  • Update version of MS SQL server 15.0.4003
  • Install of doxygen 1.8.17
  • Update version of AWS CLI 1.17.0
  • Update version of Localstack 0.10.7
  • Update version of azure-cli 2.0.79
  • Update version of Google Cloud SDK 275.0.0
  • Update version of cmake 3.16.2
  • Update version of firefox 72.0.1
  • Update version of Packer 1.5.1

Previous worker images

There are build worker images available from previous deployment. You can use them in case of any issues with the current images:

  • Previous Ubuntu
  • Previous Ubuntu1604
  • Previous Ubuntu1804

You can select build worker image in “Build worker image” dropdown on Environment tab of project settings or if you use appveyor.yml:

image: Previous Ubuntu

Visual Studio 2019 image update on January 9, 2020

What’s new

  • #1608 Setting up Visual Studio for debugging extensions. This one-time operation may take a minute or more.
  • #3245 Qt 5.14.0 on VS 2019 image
  • #3248 Qt 5.12.6 on VS 2019 image
  • #3251 GitLFS 2.9.2 on VS 2019 image
  • #3252 Octopus Tools 6.17.0 on VS 2019 image
  • #3253 Git 2.24 on VS 2019 image
  • #3254 PostgreSQL 12 on VS 2019 image
  • #3255 CMake 3.16.2 on VS 2019 image
  • #3256 Ninja 1.9.0 and Meson 0.52.1 on VS 2019 image
  • #3258 Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4.2
  • #3260 Install x86_64-8.1.0-posix-seh-rt_v6-rev0 on Visual Studio 2019 im
  • #3270 GitVersion 5.1.3 on VS 2019 image
  • #3272 Fixed: Visual Studio 2019 license has expired
  • #3273 OpenSSL 1.0.2u on VS 2019 image

Previous worker image

There is a build worker image available from previous deployment. You can use it in case of any issues with the current image:

Previous Visual Studio 2019

You can select build worker image in “Build worker image” dropdown on Environment tab of project settings or if you use appveyor.yml:

image: Previous Visual Studio 2019

Linux images update on December 23, 2019

What’s new in both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 images

  • Install of .NET Core SDK 3.1.100
  • Update version of git 2.24.1
  • Update version of git-lfs 2.9.2
  • Update version of VirtualBox 6.1.0
  • Update version of mongodb 4.2.2
  • Update version of Mono JIT compiler 6.6.0.161
  • Update version of Visual C# Compiler version 3.4.0-beta4
  • Update version of Mono C# compiler 6.6.0.161
  • Update version of yarn 1.21.1
  • Update version of AWS CLI 1.16.303
  • Update version of Localstack 0.10.6
  • Update version of Google Cloud SDK 273.0.0
  • Update version of cmake 3.16.1
  • Update version of Chrome 79.0.3945

Previous worker images

There are build worker images available from previous deployment. You can use them in case of any issues with the current images:

  • Previous Ubuntu
  • Previous Ubuntu1604
  • Previous Ubuntu1804

You can select build worker image in “Build worker image” dropdown on Environment tab of project settings or if you use appveyor.yml:

image: Previous Ubuntu

Visual Studio 2019 image update on December 9, 2019

What’s new

  • #3147 VS2019 and VS2019P: “find: ‘ ‘: No such file or directory”
  • #3185 Azure Cosmos DB Emulator to VS 2019 image
  • #3186 Golang to VS 2019 image
  • #3187 Fixed: AppVeyor cmdlets are not available in external PowerShell Core session on VS 2019 image
  • #3188 Fixed: xunit.console.clr4.x86 is not available on VS 2019 image
  • #3190 Azure PowerShell module to VS 2019 image
  • #3191 AWS PowerShell module on VS 2019 image
  • #3193 Rename WSL’s bash.exe in favor of Git’s bash.exe
  • #3198 Cygwin on VS 2019 image
  • #3199 Add Node.js development workload to VS 2019 image
  • #3228 GitVersion on VS 2019 image
  • #3229 Docker CE 19.03 on VS 2019 image
  • #3231 Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4
  • #3234 .NET Core SDK 3.1.100
  • #3235 .NET Core SDK 3.0.101, 2.2.207, 2.2.110

Previous worker image

There is a build worker image available from previous deployment. You can use it in case of any issues with the current image:

Previous Visual Studio 2019

You can select build worker image in “Build worker image” dropdown on Environment tab of project settings or if you use appveyor.yml:

image: Previous Visual Studio 2019

Linux images update on December 05, 2019

What’s new in both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 images

  • Update version of Appveyor Build Agent 7.0.2572
  • Update version of OctoTools 6.14.2
  • Update version of Virtualenv 16.7.8
  • Update version of pip 19.3.1
  • Update version of .NET Core SDK 3.0.101
  • Update version of git 2.24.0
  • Update version of git-lfs 2.9.1
  • Update version of Docker 19.03.5
  • Update version of VirtualBox 6.0.14
  • Update version of MySQL 5.7.28
  • Update version of postgresql 12+210
  • Update version of Redis server 5.0.7
  • Update version of mongodb 4.2.1
  • Update version of MS SQL Server 15.0.2000
  • Update version of yarn 1.19.2
  • Update version of packer 1.4.5
  • Update version of AWS CLI 1.16.292
  • Update version of Localstack 0.10.5
  • Update version of Azure CLI 2.0.77
  • Update version of Google Cloud SDK 272.0.0
  • Update version of cmake 3.16.0
  • Update version of Firefox 71.0
  • Update version of Chrome 78.0.3904
  • Update version of OpenJDK 14 early access 25
  • Update version of Python 2.7.17
  • Update version of Python 3.4.10
  • Update version of Python 3.5.9
  • Update version of Python 3.6.9
  • Install Python 3.7.5
  • Update version of Python 3.8.0
  • Install Python 3.9.0a1
  • Update verison of Golang 1.13.4
  • Update verison of Golang 1.12.13
  • Install Node.js 13.2.0
  • Update version of Node.js 12.13.1
  • Update version of Node.js 10.17.0
  • Update version of Node.js 8.16.2

Previous worker images

There are build worker images available from previous deployment. You can use them in case of any issues with the current images:

  • Previous Ubuntu
  • Previous Ubuntu1604
  • Previous Ubuntu1804

You can select build worker image in “Build worker image” dropdown on Environment tab of project settings or if you use appveyor.yml:

image: Previous Ubuntu