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  1. An error popup randomly opens when I check in, explore branches or whatever.
    If I click 'ok' button then same error popup opens again.
    The only way I can fix this is kill the process.
    I'm very frustrating with this bug. Please fix.

    2021-04-13 16:47:26,710 DESKTOP-PARK\PARK DEBUG GlobalConfig - Getting the repository spec for workspacepath 'c:\Space5'
    2021-04-13 16:47:26,712 DESKTOP-PARK\PARK DEBUG GlobalConfig - Getting the server config for repository spec 'Space5@MUMOSTUDIO@cloud', folder 'workspacetree', config file 'filetypes.conf'
    2021-04-13 16:47:26,713 DESKTOP-PARK\PARK WARN filters - PathValueMatcher: Error parsing line: # Plastic SCM extensions file. Syntax: <expression>:<type>.
    2021-04-13 16:47:26,713 DESKTOP-PARK\PARK WARN filters - PathValueMatcher:

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  2. Most of Plastic SCM's documentation exists in the form of blog posts and tutorials. It's scattered and incomplete.

    Every command-line option, and every location and schema for every configuration file, should be documented online. Check out Docker's website - that's a great example to aspire to.

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    We need more specific feedback to act.

    We are trying to reduce the number of config files, and in fact, everything should be configurable from GUIs, which is what most users want (we also got requests saying, no, I don’t want to learn a config file). GUIs or WebAdmin.

    So, maybe the setting you’re looking for (we don’t know which one it is) is not meant to be directly set on a config file, not sure.

    Anyway, our official docs are available here:

    https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation

    Not a bunch of blogposts :-)

  3. Right now I have to set up the changeset colors again for each team member on every computer that I work on. Some of my team members don't know about the feature at all and don't dare touch the options.

    I'd like to be able to store the colors in a .conf file for each project, so they're set up once and for all.

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  5. i am very annoyed by the new "hint" system. it keeps coming up and has no option to remove permanently. STOP THIS!

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  6. The issue currently seems to be that triggers are "global" in nature. What we need is a simple way to trigger scripts based upon the repository or branch (ala Subversion hooks style). Simply putting a "trigger.conf" file in the repo would be good enough.

    Currently it's rather difficult to do something simple like trigger a specific job on Jenkins by committing to a repo, this is needed when you have 30 different projects with separate repositories all in progress at one time (and polling sucks).

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  7. I'd like the ability to delete branches. If the changes have been merged into another branches, keep them. Otherwise produce a STRONG warning that changes will be lost forever.

    Use cases:

    (1) Lots of branches on the server. When I sync some locally, I'd like to clean them up to remain organized.

    (2) Abandoned branches and code that we no longer want. We'd like to prune them to keep our repo organized and focused.

    I fully understand that "deleting branches is not recommended".. however, that is a recommendation, not a rule. I should be able to accept the responsibility of…

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    You can delete branches, if you delete all changesets inside it first.
    Since destroying history is very dangerous, we think it must be a really special operation. We checked with many customers and actually deleting info this way is dangerous. If you delete all csets first, the it is clear you are doing exactly what you want.

  8. Preparation:
    Create a new branch based on a specific changeset of an existing branch.
    Lets assume the new branch is called 'test', the existing branch is called 'parent' and the changeset on branch 'parent' is 1234.

    There currently is no cm command to find that changeset number (1234) when the branch 'test' itself has no changesets.

    cm find changesets where branch='test' will have 0 total changesets

    cm find changesets where branch='parent' will have all changesets of parent, but you don't know which is the base line for branch 'test'

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  9. Sometimes when I want to double click a changeset on branch /main I miss it and instead hit the branch itself. What then happens is: plastic isn't useable for 10 minutes because main has A LOT of changes.
    It would be nice if there was a "savfty" question when branches with a lot of changesets are diffed.

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  10. Applying resolution to structural conflicts in the merge panel prior to "Process all merges" takes a long time, in the region of 10s per element. I don't see any technical reason for this to be so damn slow - please see if you can fix that. Often you have to redo a merge after something went wrong and every time you need to wait like forever in that step.

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  11. Basically "git clean" functionality

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    Hi,

    We’ve decided to decline this request since it can be easily performed through the ‘cm status’ command.

    As detailed in our forum, you can either use PowerShell:

    cm status —private —short $workspacePath | % { rm $_ }

    Or one of the two bash alternatives:

    cm status —private —short ${WORKSPACE_PATH} | while read FILE; do rm $FILE; done

    or

    cm status —private —short ${WORKSPACE_PATH} | xargs rm

    We’d like to thank you for your feedback! As always, it’s really appreciated.

    Regards,
    Miguel

  12. Currently I get told I can't delete a branch "because it has revisions". I appreciate the warning, but it should allow me to say "ok, delete the revisions too" rather than cancelling the delete. Deleting each changeset manually to allow the branch to be deleted is a pain.

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  15. I try to change a password and i get 404 error page

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  16. It will be useful to have possibility to shelve changes made in "main" repository even if some of files which are changed are located in repository connected by read only xlink. Now shelve is treated in the same way as checkin and it is not allowed to do such operation

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  17. When selecting a changeset, I'd like to have a preview area where the changeset's details are shown (at least which files have been changed). Currently, I have to double click a specific changeset in order to see the details.
    Think of an email client like Outlook, where you can read the mail by selecting it in your list of mails without opening the mail in an extra window.

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  18. Just want a branch syncing window for the Mac version that looks and behaves exactly like the Windows version. Very annoying to not understand how much data is travelling and at what speeds.

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  19. When deleting private files from within the Plastic SCM GUI, the files are deleted from disk permanently.
    The client should delete them using windows dustbin feature. Configurable behavior would be even better.

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  20. If one company has 2 repositories syncronized, because it has 2 headquarters and it speeds up the process, then reviews done in one repository is not reflected in the other, turning reviews useless in this sceneario. Ideally, like changesets, branches and so on, code reviews should be in sync too

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