Visual Studio 2022 image update on February 6, 2022

What’s new

  • Visual Studio 2022 version 17.0.5
  • Python 3.9.10, 3.10.2
  • Google Chrome 98.0.4758.82
  • Microsoft Edge 98.0.1108.43
  • Firefox 96.0.3
  • Go 1.17.6, 1.16.13
  • CMake 3.22.2

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 2022

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 2022

Visual Studio 2019 image update on February 4, 2022

What’s new

  • Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11.9
  • Python 3.9.10, 3.10.2
  • Google Chrome 98.0.4758.82
  • Microsoft Edge 98.0.1108.43
  • Firefox 96.0.3
  • Go 1.17.6, 1.16.13
  • CMake 3.22.2

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

Visual Studio 2022 image update on January 6, 2022

What’s new

  • Visual Studio 2022 version 17.0.4
  • .NET Core 3.1.416, 5.0.404, 6.0.101
  • Python 3.10.1
  • Google Chrome 96.0.4664.110
  • Microsoft Edge 96.0.1054.62
  • Firefox 95.0.2
  • Go 1.17.5, 1.16.12
  • CMake 3.22.1
  • PowerShell Core 7.2.1
  • Doxygen 1.9.3
  • OpenSSL 1.1.1m, 3.0.1

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 2022

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 2022

Visual Studio 2019 image update on January 5, 2022

What’s new

  • Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11.8
  • .NET Core 3.1.416, 5.0.404
  • Python 3.10.1
  • Google Chrome 96.0.4664.110
  • Microsoft Edge 96.0.1054.62
  • Firefox 95.0.2
  • Go 1.17.5, 1.16.12
  • CMake 3.22.1
  • PowerShell Core 7.2.1
  • Doxygen 1.9.3
  • OpenSSL 1.1.1m, 3.0.1

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

Visual Studio 2019 image update on December 6, 2021

What’s new

  • Visual Studio 2019 version 16.11.7
  • .NET Core 3.1.415, 5.0.403
  • Git 2.33.1
  • Git LFS 3.0.2
  • Python 3.9.9
  • Ruby 3.0.3-1, 2.7.5-1, 2.6.9-1
  • JDK 16.0.1, JDK 17.0.1
  • Google Chrome 96.0.4664.45
  • Microsoft Edge 96.0.1054.43
  • Firefox 94.0.2
  • Go 1.17.4, 1.16.11
  • CMake 3.22.0
  • Qt 6.2.2
  • PowerShell Core 7.2.0
  • Apache Maven 3.8.4
  • NSIS 3.08
  • Android SDK 30
  • WiX Toolset v3.11.1
  • xUnit 2.4.1
  • NUnit 2.7.1, 3.13.0
  • Mercurial 6.0
  • Meson 0.60.1

New Python defaults

Python 3.10 is default in PATH now (C:\Python310, C:\Python310\Scripts).

To use Python 2.7.x in your builds add the following in your appveyor.yml:

init:
- set PATH=C:\Python27;%PATH%

New Ruby defaults

Ruby 3.0 is default in PATH now (C:\Ruby30).

To use Ruby 1.9.3 in your builds add the following in your appveyor.yml:

init:
- set PATH=C:\Ruby193;%PATH%

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