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Reply in Code Review
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.162 votes
Happy to close the top one UserVoice request.
In the latest 8.0 versions, it is already possible to do reply. Just run plastic —codereview to access the new code review. Of course, the flag is temporary and will soon be gone because this will be the default.
A public .NET API to be able to programmatically access PlasticSCM features and then create customized clients, utilities and so on152 votes
Finally, we’re glad to announce that we have a proper REST API up and running.
All the details here:
The API is still in progress but already usable, so we feel it is a good moment to close this request :-)
Besides we also have CmdRunner (http://plasticscm.com/documentation/cmdrunner/plastic-scm-version-control-cmdrunner-guide.shtml) , the command line automation library :-)
JIRA 6 plugin
PlasticSCM should provide a plugin for Jira 6. This plugin should provide a TAB on the 'View Issue' screen in Jira. This Tab should contain the Custom Field "PlasticSCM", which gets linked to PlasticSCM client147 votes
Linux code Reviews interface
Please, code reviews on linux are not available on GTK Client, and WEBUI is subpar compared with the new code reviews system.
Please, be so kind to implement it as linux users are very limited and forced to install a Windows VM only for plastic :(134 votes
We are super happy to keep progressing with the new cross platform GUI, PlasticX.
Please enroll the beta program to start doing the code reviews in Linux! https://forum.plasticscm.com/forum/41-announcements/
Also! WebUI client has been upgraded so online code reviews are now better as well, for example, we have just added multiple reviewers!
Support partial Xlinks
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..133 votes
We finally implemented Readonly Partial Xlink support in BL746 https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/220.127.116.116
Thank you all for your patience and support!
Automatic update of the client in background. (à la Chrome)
The client should automatically update itself. The update shall be downloaded in background and automatically be applied during next start-up.133 votes
From 10.0.16.5668 version the client is able to do an automatic upgrade.
Check the full release notes here: https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/10.0.16.5668
Move changesets to different branch
Oops I wanted these changes on that branch. Why not just let me move them?131 votes
We are very, very happy to close the TOP 1 UserVoice request :-)
Check gmaster.io :-)
Support for UE4 (Unreal Engine 4) source control
UE4 Editor has source control built into it's editor similar to Unity. It would be great to be able to connect to Plastic since it's so useful for game development. It looks like a fairly straightforward plugin system (but a ways beyond my ability at the moment)127 votes
build a change notification system
Please add a notification system, where users can subscribe to changes commited on branches/folders/files in selected repositories.
See forum discussion: http://www.plasticscm.net/index.php?/topic/831-feature-request-branch-subscriptions/page__fromsearch__1104 votes
What about this? http://codicesoftware.blogspot.com/2015/09/integrating-plastic-scm-with-google.html
We published the source code. We provided some hints and explanation on the thread, hope you find it useful.
UPDATE: a new notification system available: https://github.com/PlasticSCM/PlasticChangeNotifier
Make the destination file in the diff tool editable (within pending changes view). Add a possibility to undo changes one by one.
This is available now in Labs: Plastic SCM 18.104.22.1685!!
close merge tab after processing the merge
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.82 votes
And here it goes! Finally implemented on BL726!
Highlighting of a new line in diffs
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.81 votes
We are happy to announce that this feature has been completed on BL791
Add Undo (Ctrl+Z) to Merge Tool
An undo action (Ctrl+Z) is really needed in a Merge Tool. Especially when editing the result manually.79 votes
We’re super glad to say that we finally have it!! New mergetool with a new textbox with undo support released in https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/22.214.171.1245
Teamcity plugin and feature branches
Feature branches support in teamcity plugin is misssing. Please implement this feature to make life for Team City users easier :)76 votes
We’re really happy to announce that our TeamCity plugin now has feature branches support since release 126.96.36.1993 (https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/188.8.131.523). We encourage you to download the new plugin version and install it in your TeamCity servers to take advantage of this new feature.
There are some things you should keep in mind before the upgrade:
- Existing projects configured with Plastic SCM VCS roots will need to be reconfigured.
- There’s an issue involving the diff of moved + changed files due to limitations on TeamCity API, pending to be adressed.
- Server-side workspaces are no longer needed, so you’ll be able to safely remove them.
Thank you for your feedback!
Crucible plugin should support branch reviews
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 branch76 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.
But there’s another option: we recommend you to take advantage of our new GitServer functionality, which allows you to connect to the Plastic SCM server through the Crucible native git plugin to connect. You can find more information about GitServer at https://www.plasticscm.com/gitserver/
We’d like to thank you all for your outstanding interest in Plastic!
Plugin for Rider
Please support for Rider VCS plugin. Could be adapted easily from existing IntelliJ plugin to support Rider?70 votes
Partial undo after merge
I'd be great if we can make a partial undo when there's a pending merge link. It could be helpful if you have not finished work but need to checkin your merge link and/or other changes66 votes
Happy to announce that we finally released it :-)
Create a master conditional format that can be pushed from the server to all users
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.63 votes
Show this changeset in Branch Explorer
Add an option on context menu in a changeset view to view the selected changeset in a Branch Explorer.59 votes
Finally merged to https://www.plasticscm.com/download/releasenotes/184.108.40.2062
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