You can use Custom actions, on my Mac I've done:
In a directory, which will be searched by PATH I've created a shell script "git-push-till-commit"
#!/bin/bash SHA_COMMIT_HASH=$1 echo "Calling git push origin $SHA_COMMIT_HASH:master" git push origin $SHA_COMMIT_HASH:master
chmod a+x git-push-till-commit
We support this functionality in Mercurial (just right click on a log row and hit 'Push'). This will just pre-fill the revision field in the push sheet, so you can do this manually from the push sheet, too. We don't currently support this in Git despite it being technically possible using the syntax
git push <remote> <commit SHA>:<remote_branch>
You can file feature requests at jira.atlassian.com if you'd like to see this in SourceTree.
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