SourceTree: How to invoke "diff" from terminal?

How could I invoke SourceTree from terminal so it would perform a `diff` between `some.file` in the working directory and the same file in the last commit (or any other commit) ?

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1.3 beta 2 will have the ability to launch SourceTree from the command line and open the repository, but if all you want to do is jump to a diff, 'hg diff' or 'git diff' with an external diff tool assigned is the fastest way, rather than going via SourceTree. SourceTree uses the same external diff tools anyway.

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