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Is this function also available for CVS? Does it show the commit
messages for each of the updated files?

I start every morning with doing an update from CVS and then clicking
'show history' for each updated file in order to see the commit messages
from the other developers and what they have been up to :-). It would be
nice with a function that gives me the commit messages in one view for
the updated files.

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Per Thomas

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How do you get it? I've tried checking out from out https-server, but
IDEA busted with an exception (tracker-ID 49093).

Tom

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That would be excellent! Would be a very valuable team-related feature indeed.

Per Thomas Jahr wrote:

Is this function also available for CVS? Does it show the commit
messages for each of the updated files?

I start every morning with doing an update from CVS and then clicking
'show history' for each updated file in order to see the commit messages
from the other developers and what they have been up to :-). It would be
nice with a function that gives me the commit messages in one view for
the updated files.

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Per Thomas

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Not part of IDEA, and not free, but try TMate : simply the best CVS companion you'll ever find.

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no budget ;)

Marcus Brito wrote:

Not part of IDEA, and not free, but try TMate : simply the best CVS companion you'll ever find.

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In article <d96qk7$jml$1@is.intellij.net>,
Arik Kfir <arikkfir@gmail.com> wrote:

no budget ;)


What? you can't afford $50.00 some dollars???

R

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What? you can't afford $50.00 some dollars???


Sigh, I know exactly what he's talking about. I tried TMate some time ago, and was absolutely sold. Currency rates applied, $50 isn't cheap for me, but yeah, I could pay for it. Now, convince the company I work for to do the same is a lot, lot harder.

It would go to a purchase comitee, who would have to research similar products, collect quotes from different vendors, bargain a lower price, and then, 6 or 7 months later, I would finally have my license...

Bottom line: anything that isn't free, or than I can't buy with my own money is ruled out. I'm the only IDEA user here -- everyone else is sold to eclipse and won't try anything else. Which sucks, btw. I lose a large amount of time trying to resolve problems people get into because they're using eclipse...

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