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i am working with SourceTree with the Git Flow model.
out of the develop branch i pulled two feature branches (feature3 and feature39)
both features are not yet complete so they have not been merged back to dev.
to be able to continue with feature3 i need some specific file changes made in feature39 (not a whole commit).
searching over the web i found this http://jasonrudolph.com/blog/2009/02/25/git-tip-how-to-merge-specific-files-from-another-branch/
which tells me i can checkout specific files from one branch to another. is this possible using SourceTree?
You could always cherry-pick commits. I know it's not the same, but you could get diffs from particular commits. Otherwise this isn't currently supported, but looks like a great idea.
Could you file an issue in jira.atlassian.com with as much detail of what you expect as possible? This way we can review it and hopefully incorporate it into SourceTree.