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Adam Shakhabov
@adamshakhabov

Hello everyone!
I often use "Show this branch only" command:
1) Right-click on the branch name;
2) Hover cursor on "Show this branch only" label;
3) Left-click.

Is there some way to faster achieve the same effect? For example, would be good if possible to set up "Shift+Left-Click on a branch name" to execute "Show this branch only".

Stephen Lemp
@slemp_gitlab
I can't stage any files in any repo with GitExtensions. I get errors like this: error: .gitignore: does not exist and --remove not passed. If I stage from bash, it works no problem.
Gerhard Olsson
@gerhardol
Check the Git Command log, is there a problem with quoting?
Another explanation is that you have different home directories for GE and Git command line with different settings
TaZi-loh
@TaZi-loh
I have the same problem (can't stage any files). The Git Command log writes "git update-index --add --stdin" when I try to stage something
Stephen Lemp
@slemp_gitlab
I ended up having a version of git too old for the version of GitExtensions I was using. Updating my version of git resolved the issue. I appreciate any who took the time to respond.
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
Did the app not warn at start up about outdated git?
Adam Shakhabov
@adamshakhabov
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I can not push my feature branch for #8441 issue. Should I get some permissions?
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
you must work off your fork, push into it, and them send a PR from it to the master
chagai95
@chagai95
I've just been looking for the download button for 2 whole minutes, either I'm stupid or it must be really hidden, can anyone point me to the download? Is the only way to download this using chocolatey?
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
There are few links on the font page:
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...and if you go to the Release tab
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chagai95
@chagai95
That I managed to do, but on that last page I did not know where to click... anyway I just used chocolatey, just saying it might be difficult for others as well...

is there any nice integration to any IDE that shows the blame lines nicely? I would like stuff like:

being able to edit the text even though the lines show who editted them last.
being able to see a list of every line with all the people who editted it

AHMET URUN
@ahmeturun
Hi eveyone, can anyone tell me is it possible to get the selected revision from a plugin. I tried accessing the FormBrowse through args.OwnerForm and getting RevisionGridControl from there but this results in an exception in runtime sayin "System.MissingMethodException: 'Method not found: 'System.Collections.Generic.IReadOnlyList1<GitCommands.GitRevision> GitUI.RevisionGridControl.GetSelectedRevisions(System.Nullable1<GitUI.SortDirection>)"
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
I dont think this information is exposed to plugins.
I'm not sure how easy or difficult to expose this information. Please raise a new issue in GitHub detailing what you're trying to achieve, and we can discuss what we can do.
AHMET URUN
@ahmeturun
ok I got what the problem was. I was copying the plugin dlls in to my locally installed GitExtension plugins path for testing and the refrenced GitExtensions dlls from my plugin were loading the one on the development folder. I made sure that the dlls were matching with the running GitExtensions dlls and everything works fine now, thanks.
Łukasz Holetzke
@goldie83
Hi, has this tool support for submodules?
Nikita Tsukanov
@kekekeks
I'd say it has the best support for submodules on the market
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
Agree... :-)
Ivan Kochurkin
@KvanTTT
Moreover, it has worktree support. And the single on the market as I know.
Ivan Kochurkin
@KvanTTT
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I'm trying to implement issue "worktree on the left pane" gitextensions/gitextensions#7048 But my new icon "deleted worktree" is rendered incorrectly, with increased scale. What am I doing wrong, how to fix this?
This is the original icon: WorkTreeDeleted.png
Gerhard Olsson
@gerhardol
@KvanTTT Probably the same as gitextensions/gitextensions#7942 (I have used https://hnet.com/png-to-ico/ too).
You probably get a better answer in the pr/issue
Donatas Mačiūnas
@mdonatas
how does one build GE setup with custom version? if I simply do .\scripts\build.ps1 -configuration Release -restore -build -buildNative -publish I get version 33.33.33.0 (I think). Is there a way to provide version to be used when building setup?
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
There's currently no way to supply the version info from cli.
You'd either need to run scripts/set_version_to.py script or modify CommonAssemblyInfo.cs and CommonssemblyInfoExternals.cs to replace the version number.
Donatas Mačiūnas
@mdonatas
thanks Igor, I've made a LINQPad script to replace the version number
Johan Larsson
@JohanLarsson
Is there something like https://github.com/newren/git-filter-repo/ included?
Gerhard Olsson
@gerhardol
@JohanLarsson No, have to be run from CLI
Johan Larsson
@JohanLarsson
👍
Ignacio Errico
@ignacioerrico
Nice to see @RussKie live at the .NET Conf 2021 today! Great presentation together with the rest of the panel!
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
Thank you :)
victpork
@victpork
Hello, I'm trying to use GitExt with the build server integration with Jenkins. Currently Jenkins is configured with a org (served with Gitea) and with many subprojects plus multibranches. Tried to configure but doesn't work as expected. The build status/comment column is empty
Current project name is like orgName/projName
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My current integration settings:
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
@gerhardol may be able to suggest something, he uses Jenkins IIRC
Only the Jenkins job name
victpork
@victpork
Thanks. My jobs are under a organization folder, do I also need to put in org name?
Now I'm using this orgName/jobName?m but seems not working
Gerhard Olsson
@gerhardol
You should use the job name you see in All. The orgName is maybe part of the URL?
I have not seen some other setup (and there are few public Jenkins servers).
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
victpork
@victpork
Hello @gerhardol , tried moving the org name to the part of URL, but seems not working
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Is there any way I can enable log to see the underlying commiunications?
Igor Velikorossov
@RussKie
try fiddler?