On Tue 20 Nov 2012 20:56:26 Andrew Ardill escribió: > On 21 November 2012 10:42, Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer > > <perezme...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi! I am not suscribed to the list, so please CC-me. > > That is the default etiquette on this list :)
Great :-) > > I think this may have been proposed before, but I could not find anything > > in the web, so I better try myself :) > > > > The idea would be to gitk to show a "git flow-like" view when it > > detects git flow (or the user ask for it or...) > > What does it mean to 'show a "git flow-like" view'? Show multiple > branches? Place commits on each branch in 'swim-lanes', rather than > moving them around on the horizontal to fit the space available? Some > more detail, or even a mock-up would help a lot here. I think the best mock-up would be: <http://nvie.com/img/2009/12/Screen-shot-2009-12-24-at-11.32.03.png> Yes, I'm referring to "swim-lanes" like view. Which may be already there and I'm miserably failing to see :-/ > > Basiccaly, you can show the main two branches: master and develop. Of > > course, having the possibility to show feature/release/hotfixes branches > > would be ideal. > > It is already possible to show multiple branches in gitk at the same > time. You probably have some more specific needs beyond simply showing > the different branches. Maybe you can be more specific? Well, two ideas come to my mind: - detect when using git flow (.git/config contains [gitflow "some_branch"] entries). - Show "swim-lane"-like graphs, including branches that may not be present, but where there (release branches often are created and merged back, for example) Maybe some of this is already there and/or it's too much trouble to do so, in those cases, please accept my apologies :-) Kinds regards, Lisandro. -- Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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