Use this page to configure protection of files belonging to inactive changelists, from occasional conflicts.
|Enable changelist conflict tracking||If this checkbox 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 checkbox 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 checkbox 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 checkbox 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.|