I'm a newer for sourcetree. Here I have a question about How to reverse change from some specific commit in sourcetree;
I'm using sourcetree version 220.127.116.11. I can only fine "reverse file" command on the top right of the file. What I'm aiming for is the reverse hunk and reverse line button. I've seen these two button before, but I cannot find it now.
In the Log view, if you click on a commit, and then a particular file in that commit, it will show the diff of the file in the bottom right pane.
Each hunk should have a "reverse hunk" button. If you select any modified lines in the hunk (click and shift+click) you should be given the option to reverse lines.
I selected the uncommitted changes and the previous commit, and select the file I want to reverse in Log view. As can be seen from the right panel, there only be reverse file option available.
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