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Shelve Changes Dialog

VCS | Shelve Changes

Use this dialog box to put changes in the specified files or changelists to the shelf.


IconTooltip and ShortcutDescription
vcsToolbarCompareIcon Show differences
Click this button to have differences shown.
vcsToolbarMoveChangelistIcon Move to another changelist
Click this button to open the Choose Changelist dialog box where you can specify the changelist to move the selected file to.
vcsToolbarGroupByDirIcon Group by Directory
Use this button to toggle between the flat view and the directory tree view.
img Ctrl+NumPad Plus Click this button to have all nodes expanded.
img Ctrl+NumPad - Click this button to have all nodes collapsed.
img Rollback
Click this button to roll the changes back.
vcsToolbarRevertUnchangedIcon Revert Unchanged FilesClick this button to have unchanged files reverted.
vcsToolbarJumpToSourceIcon F4 Click this button to open the source code of the selected file in the editor.
vcsToolbarMessageHistoryIcon Message History
Click this button to reuse one of the previous commit messages (comments) from the list.


Changed filesThis tree view displays the list of changed files. Check the files to be included in the patch.
CommentType the comment in the text area. This comment is used as the name of the new patch file.
ChangelistUse the drop-down list to select the changelist that contains the modified files to be included in the patch. By default, the active changelist is suggested.
SummaryThis section displays summary information for the currently selected changelist (the number modified, new and deleted files).
Before commitUse this section to define the following options:
Optimize importsCheck this option to remove redundant import statements.
Reformat codeCheck this option to perform code formatting according to the Project Code Style settings.
Perform code analysis for affected filesCheck this option to run code inspection on the affected files.
Shelve changesClick this button to perform shelving and close the dialog.

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Last modified: 12 July 2016