> On 07.07.2016 17:20, Jay Nick wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I would like to, instead of hovering over revision to see, have a column with the date of the last revision that changed the line.
> > I have checked out the TortoiseSVN source and I found this interesting line:
> > https://sourceforge.net/p/tortoisesvn/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/src/TortoiseBlame/TortoiseBlame.cpp#l61
> > which I guess there for completness or historical reasons.
> > Is there any way to enable this via settings or so, or enable it in other way except recompiling with this flag flipped to true?
> Sorry, no. You'd have to recompile.
> But why would you want the date shown in a separate column? It takes up
> way too much space and isn't that useful. That's why it was disabled:
> At first it seemed a good idea, but after having it enabled for a few
> days you'd get very annoyed and disable it again.
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Well that is kinda true, plus recompiling (and I guess losing updates) is not what I had in mind.
Then on another note this could then be really useful without wasting precious space:
Color coding using Index colors to achieve a similar effect of being able to see the "age" of a changeset - how does one use/read it correctly?
On one source file - newest changes are red, a bit older are pink and really oldes ones in white but there are also changes from 2010 and 2015 that are also colored red. Exact Blame color settings are in the attachment.
Thank you very much for the help so far!
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Received on 2016-08-02 15:48:33 CEST