Created: October 31, 2019 | Updated: November 5, 2019
The Commit to Version Control dialog.
The Commit to Version Control dialog allows the designer to commit project files to VCS.
In the Projects panel, right-click on a file that is not version controlled and select Version Control » Commit Whole Project.
This upper pane lists all files in the selected project and lists whether or not they are in VCS. Additional relevent information is also listed, including whether a file is marked for addition or deletion. The designer can select files to commit to version control. The Path column shows the path of each file, the Status column shows the file's current status. This part of the dialog also features a small right-click menu with the following options:
Select All - Click to select all files listed in the dialog. Selected files will be added to VCS.
Select None - Click to deselect all files listed in the dialog. These files will not be added to VCS.
Select Project Documents - Click to select only project documents. Only the selected files will be added to VCS.
Comment - The designer can write comments before committing the files to version control in this text box.
Commit and Push - this command is used to check-in modifications made to the working copy of the selected file(s) (in the Files region of the Storage Manager panel) into your VCS repository and push the project updates to the server. Modified files are distinguished by the status Modified.
Commit - use the drop-down to access the Commit button, which lets you check-in modifications made to the working copy of the selected file(s) (in the Files region of the Storage Manager panel) into your VCS repository. Modified files are distinguished by the status Modified.