Do you have any command line tools?

Do you have any command line tools? I can open directory in SourceTree by "open ./ -a SourceTree", but can I provide branch/commit as argument? Can I open file editing history by command line or file blame?

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Yes, if you're using the version direct from sourcetreeapp.com you can install them using the menu, under SourceTree > Install Command Line Tools. You can then use 'stree' to open a folder SourceTree (it works a little better than open -a because it will find the repo in parent folders automatically). If you're using the Mac App Store version there's a separate download available to support that, but we strongly recommend you just switch to the direct version since MAS won't be getting any more updates after 1.5.6.

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