Any plans to implement in IDEA so that you can look at the subversion change history for a file, and then pick any of those versions and edit the Commit Message???
From the Apache Subversion FAQ at http://subversion.apache.org/faq.html#change-log-msg:
How do I change the log message for a revision after it's been committed?
The first way is for the repository administrator to enable revision property modifications. This is done by creating a hook called "pre-revprop-change" (see this section in the Subversion book for more details about how to do this). The "pre-revprop-change" hook has access to the old log message before it is changed, so it can preserve it in some way (for example, by sending an email). Once revision property modifications are enabled, you can change a revision's log message by passing the --revprop switch to svn propedit or svn propset, like either one of these:
$ svn propedit -r N --revprop svn:log URL
$ svn propset -r N --revprop svn:log "new log message" URL
where N is the revision number whose log message you wish to change, and URL is the location of the repository. If you run this command from within a working copy, you can leave off the URL.
We have this turned on in our subversion and something like this is already supported in Eclipse. I'm the only IDEA user here and Eclipse guys are mocking me!!! (-:
Can we get this added to IDEA at some point?
(This is important because we use JIRA as well, and put our JIRA ticket name in our commit messages so JIRA can see ticket's associated svn changes. But sometimes I set the wrong JIRA ticket name in a commit, and so it will show up in subversion history on the wrong ticket. I just make a trivial change and recommit it so it shows up on the right ticket, but this doesn't fix the problem that it's already shown as changed for that completely incorrect ticket. Editing the existing revisions commit message would hopefully fix this!)