JetBrains Rider 2019.2 Help

Update Info Tab

View | Tool Windows | Version Control

This tab is available when local information is synchronized with the server (VCS | Update Project). The Commits area shows a list of all commits performed since you last synced with the remote.

Toolbar

Item

Tooltip and Shortcut

Description

Filter

N/A

Use this field to search through the list of commits. You can enter full commit names or messages or their fragments, revision numbers, or regular expressions. To finalize the search, press Enter or move the focus away from the search field.
Find

N/A

Click to display previous search patterns.

the Clear icon

N/A

Click to clear the search and return to the full list of commits.

the Gear icon

Text Filter Settings

Click to select from the following options:
  • Regex: anything you type in the search field is treated as a regular expression, for example, #\d+.

  • Match Case: only entries with the matching case count.

Branch

N/A

Use this drop-down to filter commits by branch or favorite branches. If you want to see commits from all local and remote branches, select All.

User

N/A

Use this list to filter commits by author. To view all commits by a specific author, click Select and start typing the author's name. To view commits by all users, select All.

Date

N/A

Use this list commits by a time-frame or a specific date. To view commits made on a specific date, click Select and specify the date. To view commits made on all dates, select All.

Paths

N/A

Use this list commits by the folder (for projects that have one root), or by the root and folder (for multi-rooted projects). To view commits to a specific folder, click Select Folders and specify the folder name. For multi-repository projects, you can also select the checkbox next to one or several roots in the Roots section.

the Refresh icon

Refresh
Ctrl+Alt+R

Click this button to refresh the list of commits.

the Cherry-Pick button

Cherry-pick

Click to apply changes from the selected commit to the current branch.
the IntelliSort button

IntelliSort

If this option is enabled, you get a more convenient way to view merges by displaying incoming commits first, directly below the merge commit.

the Eye icon

Presentation Settings

Click to invoke the list of options that let you configure how data is presented in the Log view:
  • Compact References View: if this option is enabled, branch references for a single commit are displayed in a collapsed view: Compact references view

    If you want to expand each branch reference on a line, deselect this option: Expanded references view

  • Show Tag Names: enable this option if you want tag names to be displayed in addition to the tag icon:
    the tag name

    If this option is disabled, you can still view a tag name by hovering the mouse over the tag icon.

  • Show Long Edges: if this option is enabled, long branches are displayed in full, even if there are no commits in them. If this option is disabled (by default), long branches are replaced with a down arrow.

  • Collapse Linear Branches: enable this option to collapse all branches on the graph so that a dotted line is shown instead of successive commits.
    It is also possible to collapse an individual expanded branch by clicking it.

  • Expand Linear Branches: enable this option to expand all collapsed branches to show successive commits on the graph.
    It is also possible to expand an individual collapsed branch by clicking it.

  • Highlight: select if you want to highlight the following:
    • My Commits: bold font

    • Merge Commits: greyed out

    • Current Branch: blue background

    • Non-Picked Commits: greyed out (only available for Git). Non-picked commits are commits from the selected branch that have not yet been applied to the current branch.

Show columns

Select which columns you want to see: author, date, and hash.

the Open Another Log Tab icon

Open Another Log Tab

Click to open a new log tab matching your filters, so that you don't have to set filters back and forth.

the Search icon

Go to Hash/Branch/Tag
Ctrl+F

Click this button and specify a hash, tag or branch you want to jump to.

Search by hash or branch/tag name
You can select a reference with the same name from different repositories. The name of each repository is displayed on the right along with its color indicator.

Changed files pane

This pane shows a list of files that were modified within the currently selected commit.

Toolbar

Many of the options available in the toolbar are duplicated in the context menu.

Item

Tooltip and Shortcut

Description

the Show Diff icon

Show Diff
Ctrl+D

Click this button to open the Differences viewer for files where you can compare the current and the previous revision of the selected file.

the Revert button

Revert Selected Changes

Click this button to roll back the changes in the selected file.

the History Up to Here button

History Up to Here

Click this button to open the History tab for the selected file that lets you explore the history of all file revisions.

the Group by button

Group By

Click to choose how you want to group modified files: by directory and/or module.

the Show Details button

Show Details

Click this button to show the Commit details pane.

the Show Diff Preview button

Show Diff Preview

Click to open the Preview Diff pane inside the Log where you can explore the differences between the selected modified file and its repository version.

the Expand All button the Collapse All button

Expand All/Collapse All
Ctrl+NumPad Plus

Click this button to expand/collapse all nodes.

Note that these buttons are only available only when tree-view is enabled.

Context menu commands

Besides the options available on the toolbar, the following commands can be accessed using the context menu.

Item

Description

Available in

Show Diff
the Show Diff button Ctrl+D

Click to open the Differences viewer for files where you can compare the current and the previous revision of the selected file.

Compare with Local

Use this command to compare the selected revision of the file with its current local revision.

Compare Before with Local

Use this command to compare the version of the file before the selected revision with its current local revision.

Edit Source
the Edit Source button F4

Click to open the local copy of the selected file for editing.

Open Repository Version
the Open Repository Version button

Click this button to open the repository version of the selected file for editing.

Revert Selected Changes
the Revert Selected Changes button

Click this button to roll back the changes in the selected file.

History Up to Here
the History Up to Here button

Click this button to open the History tab for the selected file that lets you explore the history of all file revisions.

Show Changes to Parents

Use this command to display changes to both parents for a merge commit to review merge results, and see how exactly conflicts were resolved during a merge.

Git
Mercurial

Commit Details

This area is displayed when the Show Details the Show Details button option is enabled.

This area shows the details on the commit selected in the Commits list, such as the commit message, hash, author, the link to the author's email, date, time, root and branches.

If the selected commit is contained in more than six branches, only the first six are displayed and the Show All link appears that you can click to expand a complete list of branches.

If a commit message references another commit, you can click this commit's hash to jump to it in the log.

Last modified: 10 October 2019