Done in 2.4!
As a package author, I'd like to be able to return variables from my PowerShell scripts in one deployment step, and have them passed to the next deployment step as inputs, so that I can pass useful context information from one step to another.13 votes
This has shipped; results of Set-OctopusVariable will be carried through to subsequent steps as Octopus.Actionname_].Outputmachine_].variable.
Instead of Octopus acting as a client to the Tentacle, have Tentacle connect to the Octopus over Azure Service Bus, to reduce the need for firewall changes10 votes
Polling Tentacles are now supported in Octopus 2.0
We added this some time ago – it’s called:
Support F# as an alternative to PowerShell4 votes
This is now available with rolling deployments
Proxy support is now available
Auto refresh is working on the task details and home page, and it should be extended to work on all pages.4 votes
During the Octopus installation, along with changing the port number for the web portal, add the ability to set a custom host header1 vote
This is already supported
This feature is already available run setting the condition of a step to run only if a previous step has failed
I want an alpine linux or failing that a small debian image with the octo CLI installed. I never want to have to install something ever again.0 votes
An alpine and nanoserver container are now available that provide access to octo.exe
If you enter the value "9999-12-31T23:59:59Z" Octopus will automatically convert it to "12/31/9999 11:59:59 PM".
Perhaps there could be a way to handle this more gracefully for users that need the value exactly as they put it?0 votes
The format filter variable substitution syntax (http://docs.octopusdeploy.com/display/OD/Variable+Substitution+Syntax#VariableSubstitutionSyntax-Filters) introduced in Octopus Deploy 3.5.0 now allows users to format the output of their variables in whichever means they want.
With this ability, the serialization format should be less of an issue.
Add support for optionally dumping all Octopus variables / values to log file for a given process step. This would help tremendously when troubleshooting.0 votes
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