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  1. I often want to diff changesets on different branches in the branch explorer. If I select a changeset and then "Diff with other changeset..", I would expect to just click on another changeset in the tree, rather than having to work out what its number is and then select that number from a list. I've discovered that I can Ctrl-Pick two changesets and then diff them using "Diff selected changesets", but that's less obvious.

    12 votes
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  2. The current integration to OnTime does not work with Ver 13.x. Moving to the newly released OnTime API should allow for support to hosted and on Prem deployments of the most recent versions.
    http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/176-plasticscm-and-ontime/

    9 votes
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  3. 7 votes
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  4. 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
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  5. Sometimes it would be nice to see what changeset the workspace of other users is on.

    We have a repository called TOOLS which holds some very important tools for development. These tools change once in 6 months or so... nobody checks his tools workspace every day to see if it's up-to-date.

    So it would be nice to see in branch explorer where the workspaces of other useres standing. Then other useres see that my workspace isn't up-to-date and may notify me.

    If it's performance relevant it could be a new display option.
    Maybe a little number is displayed near an…

    3 votes
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  6. There should be user defined views for the Branch-Explorer. Much like the coditional format thing.

    You add some rules (more than one possible) to a view on which branches you want to see in that view. Maybe these views should be serverwide and not bound to a single user.

    In the Branch-Explorer you can select a view and see all branches matching the defined rules for this view.

    This is a extension to you branch visibility system. But with multiple definitions to easily switch between them.

    16 votes
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  7. 7 votes
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  8. This info is missing from both the label list and the trigger.

    The only way to get the branch name from a label is to perform a two step operation: Check on which changeset it is set and then look for that changeset branch (in the changeset list).

    21 votes
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  9. One of the main advantages of PlasticSCM is in the number of steps required to accomplish a task. To leverage this further, I would suggest the following:
    1. Allow the user to customize the order of commands in the right-click menu, or learn the ones he uses most and position it at the top.
    2. Allow the user to add commands in the menu, either ones which are already supported in other contexts or NEW ones, customized by the user to perform/run a specific script (at the client or the server).

    I think this will open up great possibilities beyond…

    22 votes
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    Hi!

    We’re happy to inform you that Plastic SCM now supports adding custom menu entries for many of its views. This new entries will run a command related to the currently selected object. To find out how this works and its many possibilities, please go to the corresponding release notes page: https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/6.0.16.1486

    Thank you all for your great feedback and support!

    Regards,
    Miguel

  10. I found myself many times to mistakenly open a revision of a file instead of showing a diff, when clicking on a changeset in a History or a History Graph of a file (not in a history of a directory or the overall history = Changesets / Branch Explorer). I think it would be more consistent to open always diffs by default.

    46 votes
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  11. Allow scrolling with a mouse wheel in a Branch Explorer. Maybe with CTRL or SHIFT modifier. (Both zooming and scrolling with a mouse wheel is useful.)

    10 votes
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  12. it would be nice to be able to specify patterns to include/exclude in the ignore.conf file using regular expressions.

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  13. I prefer the modify-commit scenario, and the majority of the projects and tools I use behave ok like that. However a couple of tools I use absolutely require the checkout-modify-commit (through SCC interface) . It is error-prone and annoying to have to change this option just when switching workspaces.

    Ideally perhaps this should be configurable on a repository, ideally on a subtree, or even per file. as the project administrator can then protect the source code from attempts to get the mode wrong. On important binary files that cannot be merged, this could have serious consquences if a developer does…

    3 votes
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  14. Every workspace shows up as a tab in the plastic client. I would like to be able to close unused ones without getting rid of workspaces.

    6 votes
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  15. The issue is described in http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1083-performance-of-pending-changes-in-a-very-large-workspace

    "Show private items" option slows down the "pending check-ins" too much. In Visual Studio, it should be very easy to show besides the check-out items, to check if there are new items in the solution, and only display those, instead of analyzing all private items in the workspace. This probably should speed up things a lot.

    Alternatively make the "pending check-ins" windows non-modal, as described http://plasticscm.uservoice.com/forums/15467-general/suggestions/2675742-vs2010-plugin-add-ability-to-click-on-item-in-pen

    6 votes
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  16. Add better context menu for files when diffing changesets. Especially open or diff in external tools and history is needed.
    Diffing pictures inside this window would be great too.

    http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1196-context-menu-in-diff-changesets/

    31 votes
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  17. "Give a try to Plastic SCM. It's free!" should probably be "Give Plastic SCM a try. It's free!"

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  18. Support the ability to use the attributes for hiding/showing selective branches/objects (not only color them).
    Like: show all BUG branches, or Show only Release branches.... etc.

    At some point, the Branch Explorer becomes too loaded with information and it is hard to manage.
    Marking colors is not enough, hiding or showing only selective ones per a rule will increase clarity.

    24 votes
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  19. Make the destination file in the diff tool editable (within pending changes view). Add a possibility to undo changes one by one.

    http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1186-editable-diff/

    89 votes
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  20. The current integration doesn't work perfectly with Plastic 4.1 and TeamCity 7.1. See this thread for instance: http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/1152-teamcity-plugin-run-build-with-specific-cs-not-working/

    50 votes
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