On Wed 21 Nov 2012 11:52:05 Holger Hellmuth (IKS) escribió: > Am 21.11.2012 01:13, schrieb Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer: > > Well, two ideas come to my mind: > > > > - detect when using git flow (.git/config contains [gitflow > > "some_branch"] entries). > > Shouldn't it be part of the gitflow package then? > > > - 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) > > As a general feature there could be a config option gitk reads with an > ordered list of branch names (with wildcards). Those branches would > always be printed in gitk as the leftmost branches (i.e. have their own > lane on the left side). All other branches would be shown normally. > > This would give you part of what you want, a special lane at least for > master and develop and for branches you can group under wildcard branch > names (for example if you prefix all release branches with "rel-"). > > And it would give others the ability to make special branches in gitk > more visible. > > (Yes I know, I'm talking again of stuff I won't have time or ability to > implement ;-). Sigh)
That seems an interesting idea, indeed. Thanks! -- Either he's dead or my watch has stopped. -- Groucho Marx Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer http://perezmeyer.com.ar/ http://perezmeyer.blogspot.com/
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