Tag Archives: VCS
Hello guys, We are pretty sure that many of you have heard about Github and some are probably using it for your projects. We are excited to reveal the coming GitHub support in IntelliJ IDEA 10 and in other IntelliJ … Continue reading
How many times you wished you could edit your last VCS commit comment to correct a misspelling? Now you will notice such mistakes because IntelliJ IDEA 10 checks the spelling in the comment field. And it not just spellchecks the … Continue reading
When diving into code details, the most common question would often be: – Why does this line stay here? When annotation doesn’t give the answer, jump into the change contents in one click: (coming in next IntelliJ IDEA EAP)
IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.3 brings you a new feature that simplifies storing of your credentials: Password Safe. With it, you can store passwords, encrypted with master password in IntelliJ IDEA either permanently in application settings, or temporary, in memory until you … Continue reading
Feature branches have simple life cycle, they usually consume trunk changes and are merged back into trunk after the work is completed. In IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.3 EAP, take all trunk changes into feature branch and reintegrate back into trunk using … Continue reading
If you’re a lucky owner of IntelliJ IDEA 9 Ultimate Edition, you’ll be surprised to find a new action in VCS History panel: view all changes made in commit in a single dialog. This feature makes it simpler to understand … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA Team Foundation Server integration now supports checkin notes and policies. Checkin notes are the arbitrary text fields that you can associate with a checkin. You can mark them as mandatory, so that everyone will be required to type … Continue reading
In the upcoming Maia EAP you will find a slightly different Commit Changes dialog. Automatic use of JobView filter on search results. Support for Perforce native search query syntax (in an example below we’re looking for Job in any field)
Maia supports Subversion 1.6 using svnkit 1.3.0. Tree conflicts are detected. You can mark tree conflicts as resolved.
In Maia, you will be able to use the Ctrl+D shortcut in the update info tab to see which local files were changed after you perform update from repository.