This powerful tool includes an issue-tracking integration and color-coding based on user-defined attributes.
Task titles are automatically retrieved from the issue tracking system and displayed as annotations to branch names.
Conditional formatting supports the color-coding of branches according to user-defined criteria.
The BranchExplorer offers a rich set of commands for managing branches and changesets.
Visualize where changesets come from in a distributed environment using customizable images, captions and colors for each of your servers.
Create code reviews for specific task branches and changesets.
Access all the files involved in a code review, and add line-by-line comments inside any file.
Each code line can have several comments, enabling code-review "conversations".
Create a new code review for a task branch or changeset by right-clicking on it.
Plastic SCM's diff tool can detect moved blocks of code, even if they've also been modified.
The 3-way merge tool has a clean interface that greatly simplifies the conflict-resolution process.
Helpful tips enhance users' understanding of the merge process.
Display image differences, side-by-side or blended together. The PNG, JPG, and GIF image formats are all supported.
The Plastic SCM GUI running on a Linux machine: push-branch progress dialog.
The Plastic SCM GUI running on a Linux machine: the BranchExplorer.
The Plastic SCM GUI running on a Mac OS X machine: push-branch progress dialog.
The Plastic SCM GUI running on a Mac OS X machine: reviewing the changes made on a branch.
Checking in pending changes.
Using the "find" command to list branches, using a custom output format.
Getting help: type "cm" to get a list of available commands; type "cm help <command-name>" to get detailed help on a specific command.
Annotate (a.k.a. blame) functionality displays the changeset, branch and user that changed every line in a file.
The 'Branch changes' window displays a list of the changesets in a branch. The changesets' comments tell the story of how the task was implemented. You can browse through the changesets, drilling down to see the changes file-by-file and even line-by-line.
Plastic SCM workspace explorer inside the Eclipse IDE, with context menu of branch.
Creating a branch inside the Eclipse IDE.
Merging inside the Eclipse IDE.
Listing merge candidates inside the Eclipse IDE.