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Re: [Subclipse-users] Change Set View anywhere?

From: Daniel Becroft <djcbecroft_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 May 2010 11:09:58 +1000

On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 8:00 PM, Christian Sell <c.sell_at_byterefinery.de> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have been a subversion user for several years, and all the time I
> have been missing one feature which I have come to appreciate during
> my use of the trac subversion frontend: timeline and changeset browsing.
> By this I mean the ability to view the "timeline" of the repository,
> i.e. the list of revision numbers recently committed. From each
> revision number, I can drill down to the files changed in that
> revision (called "changeset"), and for each file I can go to a diff
> view to inspect the individual changes.
> This way I can always find out what has happened to the repository in,
> say, the last 12 hours. I find no such capability in subclipse,
> although I would regard it as something very basic.
> The only feature that has minimal similarity is the history view,
> which for a given resource and revision number shows me the other
> resources (called "paths" for whatever reason) that were changed in
> the same revision. However, to inspect the changes for a given
> revision, I first have to guess a resource that was changed in that
> revision, so that I can go to that resources history. Moreover, the
> view section that shows the other "affected paths" is so tiny, badly
> laid out (showing most paths in almost unreadable light grey) that I
> hardly want to look at it.
> Now, have I missed something obvious, or is there really no (other)
> possibility to view the revision timeline and the affected resources
> for a given revision?

No, the History view is what you are after. If you want to expand the
scope, you can select a higher parent-directory (rather than an
individual resource. Viewing the history of a parent folder will show
all the revisions that have modified something under that directory.

Alternatively, you can use the SVN Repositories view, and select the
"View History" from a path in the repository.

Daniel B.


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