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    I expect an up-to-date view of the branch explorer. There are many developers checking in to the same project. So there are many merges and branches. This can be lead to mistakes and misunderstandings. There are also sometimes dependencies, so it is important to know if something is already checked in without pressing always unnecessary on refresh. A refresh on getting focus would be sufficient. Maybe as option like in pending changes view.

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    Sorry for using another account, but new posts will not be persisted for some reason.

    Auto-refresh on getting focus would be perfect similar to pending changes view. So there should be no problem with the CPU.

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    Sorry for using another account, but new posts will not be persisted for some reasons.

    Readonly would be perfect.

    We have a project that develops the firmware of a device. In that project are error codes defined in a file. Another project that develops a PC software to communicate with the device. It needs the same error codes. The file with the error codes will always only modified in the firmware project.