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How do I get a list of all commits that involve a certain file?

There is the "search" box in SourceTree, but I cannot select "file" there.

There is the "Log Selected" menu item, but it doesn't aggregate a list of commits, but rather an abbreviation. Double clicking it will go to the commit, but this way I lose the list. On top of that it's cumbersome to switch the file view settings to "All files" (and back) just to do a search.

Feature request: have a setting in the search box that produces a list of commits that contain a filename that matches the search (std::regex preferably :-).

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bgannin Atlassian Team Jun 05, 2019

Hi @lucbloom,

Please vote on or file a ticket (Windows, Mac) with details on your use case so we can gauge demand when prioritizing items in the roadmap.


Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

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