Changes pane

Hi.

I like the new Changes pane (note: It needs an icon :)).

It seems to pick up only my Default change from Perforce. It actually
seems like it's not related to my Perforce changes apart from the
Default one. Is that intended behavior?

Thanks,
Amnon

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Hello Amnon,

It seems to pick up only my Default change from Perforce.

That's fixed. Please hold on for the next build :)

seems like it's not related to my Perforce changes

That's also true since we do support changelists for the version controls
that do not support changelists originally like CVS and SVN. On the other
hand we try to mimic as much as possible to Perforce changelists when actual
commit is performed. I.e. when all the changes from the IDEA version of changelist
belong to certain Perforce changelist it will be the one commited. The only
actual problem arises when changes are distributed among several Perforce
changelists and we're to create a new one at commit time and move the changes
there to make sure we still do atomic commits.

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Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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How about one changelist spanning several VCS? 2PC protocol for atomicity of commit/rollback :)?

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Cool, I'll wait for the next build.

Amnon

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Amnon,

>> It seems to pick up only my Default change from Perforce.

That's fixed. Please hold on for the next build :)

>> seems like it's not related to my Perforce changes

That's also true since we do support changelists for the version
controls that do not support changelists originally like CVS and SVN. On
the other hand we try to mimic as much as possible to Perforce
changelists when actual commit is performed. I.e. when all the changes
from the IDEA version of changelist belong to certain Perforce
changelist it will be the one commited. The only actual problem arises
when changes are distributed among several Perforce changelists and
we're to create a new one at commit time and move the changes there to
make sure we still do atomic commits.

------------------
Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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