File Status Highlights
In PyCharm, each file has its own status marked with a specific color. A file status shows how the actual file's content corresponds to the one marked as 'current'.
In the editor, each line in a file is checked for its correspondence with the 'current' state and is marked with a specific color in the left gutter area.
You can customize the default colors:
- For files: In the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S), under Version Control | File Status Colors
- For lines in the editor: In the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S), under Editor | Color Scheme | VCS.
|Black||Up to date||File is unchanged. |
|Gray||Deleted||File is scheduled for deletion from the repository. |
|Blue||Modified||File has changed since the last synchronization. |
|Green||Added||File is scheduled for addition to the repository. |
|Violet||Merged||File is merged by your VCS as a result of an update. |
|Brown||Unversioned||File exists locally, but is not in the repository, and is not scheduled for adding. |
|Olive||Ignored||File will be ignored in any VCS operation. |
|Light brown||Hijacked||File is modified without checkout. This status is valid for the files under Perforce, ClearCase and VSS. modified without checkout. |
|Red||Merged with conflicts||During the last update, file was merged with conflicts. |
|Lilac||Externally deleted||File is deleted locally, but was not scheduled for deletion, and still exists in the CVS repository. |
|Dark cyan||Switched||The file is taken from a different branch than the whole project. This status is valid for CVS and SVN. |
Line Status in the editor
|Modified||Denotes the lines modified since the last synchronization.|
|Added||Denotes the lines added since the last synchronization.|
|Deleted||Denotes the lines removed since the last synchronization.|