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Does sourcetree develop an interface externally? You can pull and execute the code and execute some

I am a front-end developer. Every time I pull new code from the warehouse, I need to manually execute yarn / NPM install to update my installation dependencies.

I wonder if sourcetree provides an interface for developers to perform some custom operations

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Aug 08, 2021

Sourcetree is  a "client" application - it's a front end looking at a service that provides some functions.  It's the wrong place to be looking at doing custom operations because it is already a custom operation itself.

You should be looking to code for your custom operations directly against the service, not one of its clients.

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