I messed up a commit message and and noticed before I pushed my local repo changes out so I wanted to edit the message. I couldn't find anywhere obvious to do this within SourceTree.
I just did it via the git command in the end (git commit --amend -m "correct message").
Did I miss the ability to do this in the SourceTree interface or is it simply not there?
Thanks for this...
I have to keep coming back to this answer because the location of that option is not really intuitive to me...
I think it would better to have this option in the context sensitive menu which gets launched when right-clicking the selected check-in in the history view.
I got it working after a couple of tries, but this is rubbish. I even had to find out again, while reading my own description, which I improved.
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