Creates an instance of this VCS root via reflection using a no argument constructor, used during copying. Throws an error if this class doesn't have a default constructor. Subclasses can override it to create an instance without using a default constructor.
VCS root id. It appears in the web UI and is used in urls. If the VCS root has a uuid specified, then the id can be changed at any time. If uuid is omitted, then TeamCity treats a VCS root with a changed id as a new VCS root, all data associated with the old root will be lost (e.g. a commits graph). Id can also be used by some settings, e.g. as a part of parameter reference. If you change the id, you should find all its occurrences in the current project and change them too. Id must be unique across all VCS roots on the server. If id is missing, it will be generated from the class name (if the class is not from the
When set to true, TeamCity creates a local agent mirror first (under agent's system/mercurial directory) and then clones to the build checkout directory from this local mirror. This option speeds up clean checkout, because only the build working directory is cleaned. Also, if a single root is used in several build configurations, a clone will be faster.