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How do I configure a VCS in IntelliJ IDEA?

Both Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA provide excellent support for Version Control Systems (VCS) and can be integrated with a variety of external ones, such as Git, GitHub, Mercurial, CVS, Subversion and more. In IntelliJ IDEA, you first open the Settings dialog box (via

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button to reference a VCS tool.

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You turn on the Changes view from the

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menu. The Local tab shows the changes you've done locally. In case of collaborative work, an additional Incoming tab will show the changes just checked in by other team members but not synced yet.

From within the Changes view, by clicking

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you can bring up a window that shows the differences on a per file basis.

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