I'm frequently in the git repo I'm working with inside the terminal. I'd like to open an instance of Sourcetree from the terminal window. Is there a command I can run, either if it's a new repo that hasn't opened inside of Sourcetree as of yet, or opening a project thats already bookmarked?
The start of my troubles lies here
bash: sourcetree: command not found
Any way to manually install this (i.e. something to add to path our source from our bashrc / bash_profile)? The menu option to "install command line tools" fails for me: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/30955938/sourcetree-install-command-line-tools-fails-on-yosemite-version-10.10.5
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