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How do you know the git command for the sourcetree operation?

Excuse me, if I want to know the git command corresponding to the operation of souretree, what should I do? 


for example : 


I performed this operation , but I don't know how to use git command to implement this function.



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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jun 05, 2019

Hello! You can inspect the git commands run by using the built-in Process Viewer. You can find it under "Tools > Process Viewer". It will show you the commands that have been run (make sure you open it before running the command).

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