IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP Allows Shelving Local Changes in Perforce
In the new IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build released yesterday Perforce users may notice a new action in the Local Changes tab in the Version Control tool window:
Now you can shelve your changes not only locally but also in Perforce, which might be more convenient and safe in some cases. When you invoke this action, IntelliJ IDEA will ask you to select files to shelve, and provide a description:
After you’ve successfully shelved your changes, you’ll see the corresponding changelist and will be able to unshelve it anytime with help of the context menu:
We hope this will make your work with Perforce a little bit easier. For the complete list of changes in the latest EAP build, refer to the release notes.
Don’t hesitate to share your feedback with us by commenting this post, or a corresponding thread on our EAP discussion forum. In case it works not as you would expect it to, make sure to submit an issue to our tracker.
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