8 plugins in category «VCS integration»

CVS Revision Graph

Draws a graph of all revisions of the current CVS controlled file. The graph can be zoomed in and out to better manage large revision graph history. Not all CVS servers support merge history so if you follow a convention of adding "Merge From: [branchName]" and "Revision: [revisionNumber]" in your commit message when you check in a merged file, the revision graph will draw red merge arrows showing the merge graphically. Right click editor and choose Revision Graph... from within the CVS menu. Offers the ability to add and remove tags to specific revisions in the graph regardless of what is in the sandbox. Provides simple management of merge tags based on a configurable merge tag naming convention. Allows retrieval of any selected revision into your current working copy. Selecting an edge connecting two revisions will automatically perform a comparison. The revision graph can be configured in the configuration dialog to not show tags at all or to filter in or out specified tags based on a regular expression. It can also be configured to filter in or out specified branches. The tag and branch filters can also be dynamically changed while viewing the revision graph. The configuration dialog also contains a revision date filter and the graph can be dynamically filtered with dates.

CVS Revision Graph Plus

By zielu
Draws a graph of all revisions of the current CVS controlled file. The graph can be zoomed in and out to better manage large revision graph history. Not all CVS servers support merge history so if you follow a convention of adding "Merge From: [branchName]" and "Revision: [revisionNumber]" in your commit message when you check in a merged file, the revision graph will draw red merge arrows showing the merge graphically. Right click editor and choose Revision Graph... from within the CVS menu. Offers the ability to add and remove tags to specific revisions in the graph regardless of what is in the sandbox. Provides simple management of merge tags based on a configurable merge tag naming convention. Allows retrieval of any selected revision into your current working copy. Selecting an edge connecting two revisions will automatically perform a comparison. The revision graph can be configured in the configuration dialog to not show tags at all or to filter in or out specified tags based on a regular expression. It can also be configured to filter in or out specified branches. The tag and branch filters can also be dynamically changed while viewing the revision graph. The configuration dialog also contains a revision date filter and the graph can be dynamically filtered with dates.

Based on Shawn Castrianni's excellent plugin and modified to run with Idea 10+.

Uses Fugue Icons

CVSToolBox

By zielu

Expands CVS integration by providing additional operations:

  1. 'Create multiple tags' - context and after commit action
  2. 'Create/Move branches' - context action
  3. 'Delete tags' - context action

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This plugin uses FAMFAMFAM Silk Icons

EmojiPrefix

Do you like Emoji Prefix Commit? (ex. :bug: Fix!)
This plugin makes it easy.

How to use?
create ".emojirc" and write a file.
(ex.
bug=Code Fix
rocket=Performance upgrade
)

Git Status

Enable Git status for modules in project view Known bugs: after Git operations status does not update instantly

SVN Revision Graph

Displays revisions that 'contributed' via copy or merge to the project's selected file or directory under Subversion control, in the form of a revision graph.

Configuration option is available to include information about related paths from all current branches and tags to the graph (assuming standard directory layout is used for modules in Subversion)

Based on Shawn Castrianni's VcsRevisionGraph plugin.

Please submit bug reports and feature requests to plugin's issue tracker.

Vcs Revision Graph

Draws a graph of all revisions of the current Vcs controlled file. Currently supports both CVS and Subversion. The graph can be zoomed in and out to better manage large revision graph history. Not all Vcs implementations support merge history so if you follow a convention of adding "Merge From: [branchName]" and "Revision: [revisionNumber]" in your commit message when you check in a merged file, the revision graph will draw red merge arrows showing the merge graphically. Right click editor and choose Revision Graph... from within the Vcs menu. Allows retrieval of any selected revision into your current working copy. Selecting an edge connecting two revisions will automatically perform a comparison. The configuration dialog offers generic functionality for all Vcs implementations to filter in or out specified branches by branch name and filter in our out specified revisions by date. The CVS implementation offers the ability to add and remove tags to specific revisions in the graph regardless of what is in the sandbox. Provides simple management of merge tags based on a configurable merge tag naming convention. Tags can be filtered in or out based on a regular expression.

Visual Studio Team Services


Visual Studio Team Services is a plugin to enable working with Git and TFVC repositories on Visual Studio Team Services or Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2015+.
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Features
  • Supports authenticating with Team Services and TFS 2015+ to work with source code in Git and TFVC repositories.
  • Checkout code from Git and TFVC repositories on Visual Studio Team Services and TFS 2015+.
  • Git specific features:
    • Import IntelliJ projects into Git repositories on Team Services and TFS 2015+.
    • Create pull requests and view your active pull requests.
    • Create a new branch and associate it with the work item you are working on.
    • Quickly browse to file history or commit details on the web from the IDE.
  • TFVC specific features:
    • Execute all basic version control actions such as add, delete, rename, move, etc.
    • View local changes and history for your files.
    • Lock and unlock files and directories.
    • Add labels to files and directories.
    • Create, view, and edit a workspace.
    • Supports using a TFS proxy.
    • Local workspace support only.
  • View work items based on queries and select one or more work items to associate with your commits or checkins.
  • Check the build status of your repository and queue a new build if desired.
  • Supports proxy settings configured in the IDE's System Settings section.
  • Edit cached project information through configuration management.


For More Information
See Visual Studio Team Services – Java

Compiled with Java 1.6
Compatible with IntelliJ Ultimate and Community editions versions 14.1.7 and later and Android Studio 1.2 and later

End User License Agreement & Privacy Policy
By installing this plugin, you agree to our end user license terms and privacy policy. For information about our privacy policy, please view the Microsoft Visual Studio Product Family Privacy Statement
Note: When using the TFVC support, this plugin will pass your Team Foundation credentials securely to the TF command line tool. That tool is installed separately and it is up to the user to verify that it is in a secure location on disk and has not been tampered with.