I’m finding myself use Atlassian SourceTree more and more for my Git work as it’s both intuitive, fast and very pleasing to the eye. Yesterday at an Atlassian event (Getting Git Right) I noticed that the branches were nested in one of the demos. I wondered how they did that but it turns out to be very simple. If you (re)name a branch and use slashes (/) in the name then SourceTree will automatically nest them. Very nice and does make it easier to distinguish between feature, release, bugfix branches etc. The below video shows how you rename a branch in SourceTree using slash.
As you can see from the comments to my post on Watching wikis, the support team from Atlassian found my blog post on the problems I was having with the RSS feeds for the IBM Composite Application wiki. How cool is that the support team goes looking from issues to solve?
Does anyone know how to get in contact with the guys at IBM who run the wikis so the issue can be resolved? As you can see Atlassian already created the support ticket to get you guys going.
If you are using Atlassian Confluence and if you’re using the contentFromLabel-macro to generate dynamic lists based on labeled pages please go vote for issue CSP-5071 in the Atlassian JIRA to fix the exporting of spaces using the macro.