MultipleChangeListBrowser c'tor question

Hi,

I'm using the MultipleChangeListBrowser in my plugin and I'm wondering if anyone has some information about the meaning of the constructor arguments.  The signature is this:

MultipleChangeListBrowser(Project project, List<? extends ChangeList> lists, List<Change> changes, ChangeList list, boolean b, boolean b1)

I'm wondering why it requires a List of ChangeList and a List of Change and what the second boolean is for.  I can understand that the ChangeList is for the currently visible list, and the first boolean controls if there are checkboxes or not.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Hello Kevin,

Instead of using closed APIs, please file a JIRA request to provide a proper
way to create this component through OpenAPI.

I'm using the MultipleChangeListBrowser in my plugin and I'm wondering
if anyone has some information about the meaning of the constructor
arguments. The signature is this:

MultipleChangeListBrowser(Project project, List<? extends ChangeList>
lists, List<Change> changes, ChangeList list, boolean b, boolean b1)

I'm wondering why it requires a List of ChangeList and a List of
Change and what the second boolean is for. I can understand that the
ChangeList is for the currently visible list, and the first boolean
controls if there are checkboxes or not.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
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Hi Dmitry,

Thank you very much for your quick response to my question.  I would be happy to file a Jira request, but I was under the impression that since this class is in the openapi package tree that it was fair game to use it (re: http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5212925).  If that is not the case then please let me know.  That being said, having access to that panel from my plugin makes my work significantly easier and I would like to use in the meantime between releases.

Any further information about the signature of the class would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Kevin

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