However I still used command line for my version control system (that happens to be git).
I recently try to use Rubymine as a GUI for Git.
I have a very basic usage of Git, except for branch creation, I only use 'checkout <branch>', 'merge <branch>', 'pull', 'push', 'log' and 'show <commit>'.
I begin with trying to find the equivalent of the most current command I use : 'git show <commit>', but I don't find it.
I've seen that with 'Show history' menu I have a list of commits on which I can make a "Show All Affected Paths" and then a "Show diff" of any file (although I would have like something like 'git show' or 'gitk' output: all changes in one window).
But I can not find a way to filter commits in the history list, nor to select a commit with a given version number.
The only thing I can do is browsing all the commits untill I find the commit I want to open (based on the version number for instance).
Did I miss something ?