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Find out what's new in the latest Octopus Deploy release, or compare the latest release to what you're currently running to see what's changed.

Highlights

These are the most important features you'll get by upgrading from 1.3.5.1564 to 1.4.0.1592

Octopus 1.3

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Octopus 1.4

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Details

Changes in Octopus 1.3.5.1564

  • Tentacle.exe can deploy packages from the command line (details)
  • Special variables are available to link to a project/release/deployment from within tasks (details)
  • PowerShell scripts like Deploy.ps1 can now set variables (details)
  • Simplified IIS 6/7 detection (details)
  • Improved the task queue code to allow more tasks to run in parallel
  • Errors in PowerShell steps will now fail the deployment (details)
  • Config transformation errors/warnings can now fail the deployment (details)
  • Fixed a bug that meant the selected environments for an email step weren't being shown
  • Workaround for a NuGet issue which used too much memory when extracting large files (details)
  • Workaround for a NuGet issue which prevents file system packages being queried when also being written (details)
  • Upgrade storage engine to RavenDB 2.0.2261

Changes in Octopus 1.4.0.1589

  • Variables on a release can be updated (details)
  • Projects can be cloned (details)
  • Machines can be disabled (details)
  • Improving the way Tentacle invokes PowerShell scripts (details)
  • Fixed bug when testing a NuGet feed with invalid credentials (details)
  • Ensuring Tentacle service is always elevated when running as a custom user (details)

Changes in Octopus 1.4.0.1592

  • Fixed scrolling on the dashboard when many environments are present (details)
  • For forms login users, changed the password hashing approach from using SHA1 to PBKDF2 This update only affects the Octopus Server; Tentacle agents won't need to be updated if you're already upgrading from 1.4.0.