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Cherry-pick multi commits, but the cherry-pick optionis disabled


    I am a user of TortoiseGit, but one of my client is using Sourcetree.

    I try to teach him with cherry-pick (cherry-pick multi commits)

    I find it's not possible to do this, the option is disabled.



          Is this a bug? I am using the version of source tree.

          By the way, cherry-pick multi commits is possible in TortoiseGit.




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Mike Corsaro
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Aug 03, 2018

Hello! This isn't currently supported, but as a work-around you can use "Create Patch..." which should create a patch-file of the changes in those commits that you can then apply to your working copy.

It's not convenient, hope you can support this feature.

The other git tools like Git Extension already support this

Any plans to support it?  Seems like pretty basic functionality to be lacking to me.  yes, we try avoid cherry-picking but if, for example, you need to patch an older version it's still got a place.

The patch work-around isn't really satisfactory, since no meta-data is carried over I guess?

+1 I'd use this functionality

It's pretty awful that you haven't implemented this yet.

+1 really missing this feature

Everyone +1's this.

+1 I often need to cherry pick a bunch of commits at the same time

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