How do I see who’s made changes in a project?
After an unexpected break in the series, Git Questions is back and this time I’m asking Trisha Gee, Developer Advocate for IntelliJ Idea – “Trisha, how do I see who’s made certain changes in a project?”.
I’ve been using the Annotate feature for a long time, but after I show off my lesser knowledge, Trisha shows me some more interesting ways you can see exactly what’s changed in a project, and who’s changed it.
Hopefully, the break hasn’t been too disruptive; Trisha and I hope to get these to a more regular schedule again when our various travel schedules allow. As always, if you’d like to see a certain question answered in an upcoming video then Tweet at me and let us know.
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