Right now it's only possible to include a whole repository via Xlinks. It would be nice if additionally a path could be specified. This would make it much easier to work with different versions, because only the path to the version and not a changeset needs to be entered..126 votes
We didn’t forget about this one, but we were totally swamped with other prios. Promise to consider it again.
Two folders (or files) with the same name added into different branches independently, cannot be merged in Plastic now.
It would be priceless in some cases (especially for folders).
Oops I wanted these changes on that branch. Why not just let me move them?110 votes
Sort comments in a Code review according to files and lines to which they are connected to and then according to a timestamp of a last edit instead of sorting it according to a timestamp of a last edit only.
Ideally indent comments to the same line and add a Reply button too.110 votes
Make possible to select visible columns in table views such as Changesets, Items, Branches, etc.
We want to see Attributes and Labels in a Changesets view, but we usually do not care about GUIDs.81 votes
After doing a merge in the GUI, the tab that was opened to handle the merge is left open, but empty. After doing 3 or 4 merges, you often have a bunch of empty and useless tabs left open on the UI.
If the tab could automatically close after the merge has been successfully processed, it would make the GUI a lot cleaner.79 votes
Currently the Crucible plugin just supports changeset reviews. Branch reviews would be great to have.
In our dev team we always have one branch per task. After finishing the task and before merging into the main branch we perform a review by using Crucible. Branch review would be more intuitive to just select the branch for review than to select the last changset and the base changeset from the main branch77 votes
We’re very sorry to announce that this functionality is not currently supported by Atlassian Crucible.
We’ve spent some time studying the Crucible SCM plugin API to find some way to make branches browseable from the Crucible review content screen. Sadly, the plugin API only exposes changeset and directory browsing.
However, we will contact Atlassian directly to propose Plastic SCM as a natively supported SCM, which would provide this useful functionality, among others.
We’d like to thank you all for your outstanding interest in Plastic! We’ll come back at you as soon as we have news on this issue.
I think it will be more consistent to highlight (with a darker color) all added characters, even on lines which are all new. See the picture:
Otherwise it is more difficult to distinguish what was really changed. Especially for longer lines.71 votes
In Perforce, you can branch an individual file to a new name, in a sense copying it - including history.
This allows future trackback of changes through the file all the way to original files.
Re-factor of source file to separate into multiple files.70 votes
After a Code Review for a branch, add an icon (e.g. a check, a pending sign, ...) to the branch in Branch Explorer
After a Code Review for a branch, add an icon (e.g. a check, a pending sign, ...) to the branch in Branch Explorer66 votes
The client should automatically update itself. The update shall be downloaded in background and automatically be applied during next start-up.60 votes
Add an option on context menu in a changeset view to view the selected changeset in a Branch Explorer.56 votes
Working on it.
Each user in our organization has to set up their own conditional format rules. We would like it if there was a way to set this up once, and push it to all of the other users.54 votes
Usually, I don't need annotation of a whole file (which is really slow for big files); an annotation of a specific line or maybe several lines would be enough.
New context menu command Annotate this line from Diff/Merge tool would be very helpful.53 votes
Please add buttons to change the order of conditional format rules. They are check from top to bottom and the first hit is used. When I add a more specific rule this should be above all the other rules, but new rules are added at the bottom, so I need to remember all rules, delete them and recreate them in the right order...52 votes
Feature branches support in teamcity plugin is misssing. Please implement this feature to make life for Team City users easier :)50 votes
Added and private items behave differently than all other three types of changes (Changed, Deleted, Moved). They are not really changes, actually. I think they should be separated more clearly. Now, it is not so easy to understand why Added and private items do not respond to Undo changes (http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1251-updated-list-of-feature-requests/) and on the other side it is easy to overlook some deleted or moved items which are listed bellow Private items (http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1291-some-ux-issues/#entry8989).47 votes
First double click on a comment in a Code review tool takes you to the file containing the commented line and only the second double click takes you to the commented line. I don’t see the reason for such behavior; it is irritating actually. It would be nice, if the first double click takes you directly to the commented line without the need to switch to that file in a separated step.47 votes
If a changeset is deleted, switch to the parent changeset and KEEP the changes in the "pending changes"
When a changeset is removed the workspace is switching to the parent changeset and all changes get lost.
I think it is better to keep all changes in the "pending changes", so you do not lose any changes and you can add some more changes.
It often happens to me that I forget some small changes, so I have to check in again producing a lot of unnecessary changesets.42 votes
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