Phase colors

Michal Kandulski avatarMichal Kandulski created an issue

It would be nice to have phase colors. I attach a patch adding it. Its not perfect but it works.

Comments (2)

  1. Angel Ezquerra

    We have been discussing different ways to mark phases on the revision history but we have not agreed how to do it yet.

    The problem with using colors is that you'd need to make sure that draft and public are pretty visible (i.e. quite dark) since you may have repos were most revisions are public and others where most revisions are draft (e.g. if you never share your changes).

    BTW, the usual way to get your patches to be considered is to send them to the thg-dev@googlegroups.com mailing list.

  2. Michal Kandulski

    you'd need to make sure that draft and public are pretty visible

    Thats exactly what I did. I had the same thoughts. Public is black, draft - green (as twigs are, I'd even go for darker green) and secret - light gray. It's really easier to work with the phase colors.

    the usual way to get your patches to be considered is to send them to the thg-dev@googlegroups.com mailing list

    Ok. Thanks

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