Use this page to configure protection of files belonging to inactive changelists, from occasional conflicts.
|Enable changelist conflict tracking||If this check box is selected, IntelliJ IDEA makes it possible to protect files in inactive changelists. Such protection can be performed on the various levels enabled by the options listed below.|
|Show conflict resolving dialog||If this check box is selected, IntelliJ IDEA shows Resolve Changelist Conflict dialog box on an attempt to modify a file. |
You need to define the way to resolve a conflict, before you proceed with changes. The possible ways to resolve a conflict are as follows:
|Highlight files with conflicts||If this check box is selected, IntelliJ IDEA shows a yellow stripe on top of a file from an inactive changelist, when such file has been modified. |
In this stripe, you can choose one of the possible ways to resolve conflict:
Names of the files belonging to inactive changelists are shown in red font in the editor tabs and in the Project view.
|Highlight files from non-active changelists||If this check box is selected, names of the files belonging to inactive changelists are shown in light-blue font in the editor tabs and in the Project view.|
|Files with ignored conflicts||This area shows the list of files, for which Ignore option has been selected in the Resolve Changelist Conflict dialog box, or in the editor stripe.|
|Clear||Click this button to remove all files from the list of files with ignored conflicts.|