How to make SourceTree show the equivalent Git command?

Ferdinando Santacroce in his "Git Essentials" book say:

"The most interesting thing I found at first was that  you can enable a window where SourceTree shows the equivalent Git command when  you use some of Git commands by user interface;"


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if you f.e. pull changes from a remote, you will see a progressbar. Under it is a chechkbox (full ...) . if you activate it you can see the command(s).


hope this is helpful for you




Yes it does. Thank you!

View > Show Command History.

Sourcetree's command have a bunch of extra sourcetree specific crap in them. After a few commands you'll realize which parts they aren and can focus on the parts that you actually want to see.

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