EGit/New and Noteworthy/1.2
- 1 New Features
- 1.1 Improved decorator performance
- 1.2 Support for project rename and move for some cases
- 1.3 Option to auto-share projects on import when located in a working tree
- 1.4 Repositories View
- 1.5 History View
- 1.6 Reflog View
- 1.7 Commit Editor
- 2 Bugs Closed
- 3 Commits
Improved decorator performance
- through IndexDiff cache and new decorator implementation
Support for project rename and move for some cases
Pull with multi-selection
The Pull command now also works if resources are selected from more than one repository.
Property page for repository configuration
In the Git Repositories view, there is a new Properties action in the context menu, which will open a configuration dialog allowing to edit the Repository Configuration. Here, key value pairs can be added, changed or deleted. The Open button allows to open the Repository Configuration file in a text editor.
Delete tag command
On a tag, you may now click Delete Tag to delete a tag.
Drag file from working tree to open editor
Files can now be opened by dragging them from the Working Directory to the Editor Area.
Option to follow renames
A new view menu item Show > Follow Renames allows to toggle whether renames of a selected ressource should be followed, if the "Resource" filter is used.
Delete Branch Command =
In the commit graph area, there is a new context menu action "Delete Branch" allowing to delete a branch. It will be enabled if a branch exists for the currently selected commit, which is not checked out. If there is a single branch on this commit, which is not checked out, this action will delete this branch immediately. If multiple such branches exist, a dialog will be shown asking which branches should be deleted. If commits become unreachable on "Delete Branch" a confirmation dialog will be shown to prevent accidental unreachability of commits.
Show annotations from file table in history view
In the revision details area, there is a new context menu action Show Annotations. On selected files it will open the file in a (read-only) editor and display an annotation ruler with commit and author information ("blame annotations") for each line in a file.
- show timestamp and commit short message
- checkout command
- checkout command
- cherry-pick command
103 bugs and 11 enhancement requests were closed.