What is my git current_branch ...

When I open a directory as a RubyMine Project and if the Project is under Git (and I configure Git VCS), is it possible for me to just look at the folder root (in Project View) and know the name of the branch on working on?

e.g. instead of:

my-project(~/repos/my_repo/my-project), I want to see:

my-project(~/repos/my_repo/my-project)(master)

(I know that I can do the VCS->Git->Current Branch, but I am looking for a "short cut" to do that).

Is that possible?

Regards,
Kedar

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Hello Kedar,

The current branch for a Git project is displayed in the status bar.

When I open a directory as a RubyMine Project and if the Project is
under Git (and I configure Git VCS), is it possible for me to just
look at the folder root (in Project View) and know the name of the
branch on working on?

e.g. instead of:

my-project(~/repos/my_repo/my-project), I want to see:

my-project(~/repos/my_repo/my-project)(master)

(I know that I can do the VCS->Git->Current Branch, but I am looking
for a "short cut" to do that).

Is that possible?


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
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Grrr. Thanks, Dmitry. That was what I wanted. Any chance that the column width of that field in status bar can be increased?

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