Sure is, on the commit sheet you can click on a checkbox towards the bottom of the sheet that says "Push commit immediately to.." and depending on whether you're using Mercurial or Git there may or may not be a drop-down list of where to push it to.
Hope that helps
I'm not sure how that would work, Melanie. This wouldn't be done via SourceTree if that was the case, you'd need to call Git/Hg directly by using some OS-level hook that looked for files being saved in a specific directory and then calling Git/Hg itself.
I wouldn't recommend this, however, as file saves are so frequent you'd be committing and pushing constantly. At what point would you commit and save? The moment the file was saved?
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