How to browse code to see current state of repo for a commit?

Is there a way to 'Browse code' within Sourcetree like what you can do on GitHub to see the current state of the repo for a particular commit?

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If you right-click on a file in the bottom part (where it shows what changed in a commit), there is an "Open selected version" option.

Also, if the code is hosted on Stash (or GitHub smile), you can browse the code very nicely on the web interface.

Or Bitbucket.

Thanks for your comments where I was hoping that I could browse the current state of the repo within Sourcetree like what is possible on GitHub which is much easier than browsing each file individually. If this is not possible on Sourcetree it would be great if this feature was available on the Bitbucket web interface like it is on the GitHub web interface where it is so easy to view the entire repo for a particular commit through 'Browse code.'

As Seth remarked above, it is possible on Bitbucket. Go to the Source/Browse tab.

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