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Spira 4.2 User Manual Help Viewer

1. Introduction
2. Functionality Overview
3. User/Project Management
4. Requirements Management
5. Test Case Management
6. Incident Tracking
7. Release Management
8. Task Tracking
9. Resource Tracking
10. Document Management
11. Reports Center
12. Source Code
13. Planning Board
14. Mobile Access
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1. Introduction
2. Functionality Overview
3. User/Project Management
4. Requirements Management
5. Test Case Management
6. Incident Tracking
7. Release Management
8. Task Tracking
9. Resource Tracking
10. Document Management
11. Reports Center
12. Source Code
13. Planning Board
14. Mobile Access

12.1. Source Code File List

When you click on the Tracking > Source Code link on the global navigation bar, you will initially be taken to the source code repository file list screen illustrated below:

This screen consists of three main sections:

  • The top left-hand pane displays a hierarchical list of the various folders that exist in the source code repository. Clicking on the [+] expand icon will expand the child folders and clicking on the name of the folder will display the list of files in the folder in the main pane to the right.
  • The main right-hand pane displays a list of all the files contained within the currently selected folder. This list can be filtered and sorted, and you can choose how many rows of documents to display on the page at one time.
  • The bottom left-hand pane contains the option to view the overall revision log for the project, clicking on that will display the revision log page (see section 12.3 for details).

Above the main right-hand pane, there is the branch selector. This lets you choose which branch in the source code repository is being viewed:

Some source code management systems (e.g. CVS, Visual SourceSafe) do not have the formal concept of branches, so the dropdown list will simply list the one main branch (usually called “Trunk”).