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- add Gerrit as hosting provider
- config needed: server name, server port, optional path to ssh key empty uses default, like clone command that just picks up default file)
- connect to gerrit via ssh (command line would be 'ssh gerrit-server.myurl.com gerrit ls-projects') it responds with plain text, one repository name at a time
- clone URL becomes ssh://SERVER:PORT/REPONAME.git (append .git)
Having .gitignore files throughout a project's folders can make it difficult to manage the ignore rules for a particular project. It would be helpful when ignoring a file to be shown a dialogue which asks the user which .gitignore file to use - current folder (i.e. the folder containing the files to ignore) or repository root (the .gitignore in the root of the repository). An additional "nice to have" would be to be able to specify the default using a checkbox on the dialogue (as is done with the "Reset" dialogue in the log view.
This should populate the submodule.<name>.branch parameter:
I'm tired of opening SmartGit and waiting for it to upgrade itself, or even see the toaster message notifying me of a new build. Just do the upgrade completely seamlessly, like Chrome, without me even knowing SmartGit gets upgraded.
When commit is selected if the parent commit is not the commit directly below, could it be indicated some how? Dot outline a different colour? Dot fill a different colour? Track Line Colour? I don't mind which. If the commit has multiple parents, then maybe highlight all parents, even if one of the parents is directly below, since that could cause confusion. (I say all parents, rather than both parents, since I have a few octopus merges). It's hard to track all of the lines some times. I know there is Alt+Down to jump to parent, but I sometimes don't want to jump to the commit, I just want to visualise them.
In addition to the left - merge - right view, have a left - base - right view which shows the "base" file (as it's part of Git's index). This helps to understand the actual independent changes in the left and the right fork.
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