Default JDK19 instead JDK17
Currently Ubuntu VM uses OpenJDK17 by default. Could you please update the VM to use JDK19?
Windows Power Platform support?
Hi, I work on the windows images at CircleCI. I would like to gauge interest in CircleCI Microsoft Power Platform support. Let us know if you would be interested in the following: Building power platform apps that can run on on Windows and linux agents support for canvas apps, model driven apps, virtual agents, ui flows support for power pages support for deploying power apps Are these features you would be interested in?
Open source machine images
Open source the repository and build files that are used to create the machine images used by CircleCI.com . This includes the Ubuntu, macOS, and Windows VM images.
NodeJS 18 docker image
The CircleCI docker images for NodeJS do not contain version 18 and haven't been updated in 10 months. https://hub.docker.com/r/circleci/node/tags
Add support for texlive environment
I'd love to use CircleCI to set up a CD workflow to compile and print a latex file (possibly with the ability to decide how to compile bibliography between bibtex, biblatex, or biber, and how many compilations to do). Is there any chance you'd think about supporting an image with the full texlive configuration? The blang/latex:ctanfull docker image ( https://hub.docker.com/r/blang/latex ) is a good basis, but it lacks the required components to work with your infrastructure, and creating or installing one every time takes a lot of time. I know I can set one up myself, and I'll try, but it'd be great to have a fully supported one!
Windows Server 2022 Cuda
A windows image for Windows Server 2022 Cuda, that also includes VS 2022. A GPU in the image would also be immensely helpful for testing.
Add MacOS image for building Xamarin apps
Image would contain brew cask install visual-studio This would save the ~10 minutes it takes to install. source: https://discuss.circleci.com/t/add-macos-image-for-building-xamarin-apps/28817 CCI-I-931
Allow VNC into distiller user
To debug iOS Simulator issues (in our case an emoji that is not present in screen shot taken during UI tests), it became necessary to VNC into the machine as the distiller user who is running the tests. Currently one can only VNC into the machine as a newly created user with known password. There's no way to change the password for distiller or to get it.
Support Docker experimental APIs.
One or two highly useful Docker features, including the ability to squash images as they're built, are still hiding behind the "experimental" flag in the daemon. It would be great if users could provision Docker instances that had this flag enabled without resorting to fiddling with the settings in machine executors. CCI-I-491