So... when managing large projects, I find annoying the diff panel tree that shows all packages, even those that do not have changes... in that view in fact I want to focus on the modified packages and for example on pharo-core I have to scroll down always to see anything (I have like 300 packages, and sometimes a one-line change).
What do you think? It has sense?
In the git's gui tool I use, out of Pharo, it shows only folder/packages containing changes. I never found this weird. When we want to commit I think it would be cool to see only changed packages indeed. IMO if you let the possibility to see both versions, the "changed packages only" should be the default one.
yeah, let's do that