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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-57402

Let diagrams interact with Details table

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      In case you want to see what have changed, compared to reference build, you are doing currently following steps:

      • Go to warnings page
      • Deselect "Outstanding", so only "New" and "Fixes" showed
      • Click within the diagram on "New" => new page (middle click to open new tab doesn't work)
      • Go back to previous page
      • Deselect again "Outstanding"
      • Click within the diagram on "Fixed" => new page

      It would be much easier if behavior would be changed, so "Details" table get synchronized with the diagram. So if you deselect "Outstanding", you only see "New" and "Fixed" issues in table => no reload of page necessary

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          drulli Ulli Hafner added a comment -

          There is a link on the build page that navigates to the new and fixed issues.

          Since FIXED and NEW warnings use a totally different rendering I'm not sure if it makes sense to reload the whole page on the selection of the chart.

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          drulli Ulli Hafner added a comment - There is a link on the build page that navigates to the new and fixed issues. Since FIXED and NEW warnings use a totally different rendering I'm not sure if it makes sense to reload the whole page on the selection of the chart.
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          sunblack sunblack added a comment -

          In general I prefer a combined view, like it is done by old CppCheck plugin. This shows all warnings in on table, bug highlight rows (green => fixes, red => new, white => not changed). This is a view I really miss here, especially this plugin generates a new warning if only line number changed (e.g. if you have 5 warnings and add or remove a line before these warnings, this plugins shows 5 fixed and 5 new warnings, during old CppCheck plugin count this as not changed). With combined view of all 3 categories (new, fixed, outstanding) it would be much easier to see, which new warnings were only generated because of changed lines. And of course this would allow interacting with the diagrams .

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          sunblack sunblack added a comment - In general I prefer a combined view, like it is done by old CppCheck plugin. This shows all warnings in on table, bug highlight rows (green => fixes, red => new, white => not changed). This is a view I really miss here, especially this plugin generates a new warning if only line number changed (e.g. if you have 5 warnings and add or remove a line before these warnings, this plugins shows 5 fixed and 5 new warnings, during old CppCheck plugin count this as not changed). With combined view of all 3 categories (new, fixed, outstanding) it would be much easier to see, which new warnings were only generated because of changed lines. And of course this would allow interacting with the diagrams .

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