To stay up to date with code development on a project, browse the code commits made to each repository integrated into your TeamForge site.

For each code commit, you can view the list of files that were checked in, the version history of each file, and any associations with other TeamForge items, such as tracker artifacts or tasks.

  1. Click SOURCE CODE from the Project Home menu.

  2. From the list of project repositories, select the repository you want to look at, then click View Commits.

  3. If you have internal code browser disabled (see Integrate a Source Code Server): The Commits section of the Repository Details page lists all the code commits in the repository. By default, it shows the commits made over the preceding seven days.

    a. Specify the filter criteria in Commit Name, Committed By or Committed On date ranges and click FILTER.

    b. After filtering, if you want to clear the filters, click FILTER and select Clear from the drop-down list.

    c. To view the details of a commit, click its title. The Files section of the Commit Details page lists all files that were checked in with the code commit, including the version number of each file and the last operation that was performed, such as modified, deleted, moved, copied, or added.

    • To view the file information, click the file name.

    • To view the latest version of the file, click the file version.

    d. To look at other items related to this commit, click the ASSOCIATIONS tab.

  4. If you have the internal code browser enabled (see Integrate a Source Code Server): The Changes tab lists all the commits in the repository sorted by date.

    • Use the Expand all toggle button to expand or hide commit log messages for all the commits or selectively show or hide the commit log for the commit you are interested in.

    • You can also browse repository from a specific commit you are interested in.