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Show accumulative/individual Details in Log when for a range of commits

Eugene Doronin 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 1

There is a great feature in Log which gives changes between two commits.

But Details tab does not work at this mode.

Could you, please, put details of every commit in a selected file, so all of the details can bee seen at once for the file?

Or even more advanced feature: show in Details a committer when a particular change is shown in Changes window. So once the change is shown one can see who made the change.

What information the Details view should show if you have selected 2 arbitrary commits, e.g. from different branch lines?

You know, I'd say that this is needed for historical sake only. I mean who, what and when did the changes. I don't think two branches case is that important. I don't know what to do in such case.

I'd narrow down my request to:

show in Details a committer when a particular change is shown in Changes window. So once the change is shown one can see who made the change in Details window.

This sounds like you are looking for blame information. Because collecting this information is expensive, we won't integrated it in the Log. But you can invoke Blame or Investigate (DeepGit) from the Log (only version 17.1 preview). Investigate will actually honor the selected line from the Changes view.