scm integration: handling of unversioned files in commit dialog?

I really like the scm integration and the commit window view. But what I miss is displaying all the unversioned files so I can add them if wanted.

In svn integration view I cannot see such an option.

Following feature would be cool:

If item is not under version control, I can see this in commit window and can decide whether to add it to version control or ignore the file.

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Have you seen the Changes tool window? It has a tab "Local" where all files with uncommitted changes are shown. Unversioned files are shown there also. Any unversioned file can be easily added to the VCS by right clicking on it and choosing the relevant menu option.

Bas

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Yes, thanks. I know this view, but it would be cool to have this also inside the commit-dialog window (because there it is where you finally include your changes to vcs).

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manuel aldana wrote:

Yes, thanks. I know this view, but it would be cool to have this also inside the commit-dialog window (because there it is where you finally include your changes to vcs).

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Original message URL: http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/message/5238248#5238248

I agree to a certain extent with this, as I often will forget to add
files during a commit - they're usually either non-java files, or
classes I've created when working offline.
It would be good to have them in the commit dialog to remind you to
review them before commit.

N.

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