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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0.0
    • Component/s: General
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      Hi, loving SourceTree since I discovered it (and Atlassian products for years).
      SourceTree replaced GitX instantly for my daily use.

      But there are two features of GitX that I'm missing, so I'm creating two issues there, hoping for them
      Sorry if I'm duplicating an issue that I missed searching, or worse If I missed the feature in SourceTree.

      The first feature:
      In GitX, in the "history view" you can enable the "tree view" and then, browse all "source tree" at given time (commit) That's very handy.
      I'm surprised I didn't find something similar in SourceTree. Maybe I missed something?
      I know I could pick a file from "File Staging View" > "Show All" > show log > look for a date... but... not really convenient.

      A common use case is "what my code was at [tag-v2]"

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            sstreeting Steve Streeting [Atlassian] added a comment -

            Yes, you can view the history of specific files, or browse the entire history and see changes at each, or search the history for changes, but you can't currently browse the entire tree at that state. SourceTree's Quick View (Space) already lets you peek at files or even open them at any version but not browse through them in bulk like that.

            Implementation notes: this is probably back-ended by 'git ls-tree' and 'hg manifest'.

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            sstreeting Steve Streeting [Atlassian] added a comment - Yes, you can view the history of specific files, or browse the entire history and see changes at each, or search the history for changes, but you can't currently browse the entire tree at that state. SourceTree's Quick View (Space) already lets you peek at files or even open them at any version but not browse through them in bulk like that. Implementation notes: this is probably back-ended by 'git ls-tree' and 'hg manifest'.
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            sstreeting Steve Streeting [Atlassian] added a comment -

            Upvoted because of another request

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            sstreeting Steve Streeting [Atlassian] added a comment - Upvoted because of another request
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            chriscinelli Chris Cinelli added a comment -

            Upvoting. The new version has a few annoyances and it does not have some features I was using before. I would prefer to go back to the first version after GitFlow was introduced.

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            chriscinelli Chris Cinelli added a comment - Upvoting. The new version has a few annoyances and it does not have some features I was using before. I would prefer to go back to the first version after GitFlow was introduced.
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            nic.heath Nic Heath added a comment - - edited

            This is an extremely handy feature, can I up-vote twice? Is there a duplicate item for this in SourceTree for Windows? I need this feature on the windows side.

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            nic.heath Nic Heath added a comment - - edited This is an extremely handy feature, can I up-vote twice? Is there a duplicate item for this in SourceTree for Windows? I need this feature on the windows side.

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