I've been using this:
open -a SourceTree /path/to/repo
It's better than nothing. You could make a bash alias for it--put this in your ~/.bash_profile:
alias sourcetree='open -a SourceTree'
please see the next answer regarding the command line - I'll leave this here anyway since it might be interesting to someone[/edit]
There are several ways:
I installed SourceTree 1.3.0 from the Mac OS App Store, but I can't find the "SourceTree->Install Command Line Tools" menu item mentioned in the release notes. (And BTW, the release notes claim that 1.3.1 is available in the App Store, which doesn't appear to be the case.)
Unfortunately the App Store rules don't allow installers so we couldn't include it. You can, however get a standalone installer here: http://downloads.atlassian.com/software/sourcetree/SourceTreeAppStoreCmdLineToolInstaller.pkg
The release notes are just relaying the fact that 1.3.1 in the App Store includes all the changes from 18.104.22.168. Unfortunately Apple haven't approved the update yet, but we've submitted it.
A vulnerability has been published today in regards to Sourcetree for Windows. The goal of this article is to give you a summary of information we have gathered from Atlassian Community as a st...
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