How to view Git commands when executing a SourceTree action?


I'd like to view the exact Git commands that are executed by a SourceTree action (GitFlow)



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You have at least these two options:

  1. In Tools/Options, switch on "Always display full console output"
  2. When the action is happening, click the "Show Full Output" checkbox under the progress bar. (You need to be quick enough. ;))

The GitFlow command shows this:

sh.exe C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\gitflow_local\gitflow\git-flow init -d

OK thanks for your answer

But this does not anser my question:

==> it does not show the plain git commands

How to get them???


git-flow commands are NOT plain git commands.

SourceTree runs this shell script. You need to open the file and see what it does if you need more details.

OK the question is solved

Ok thanks a lot for this. Indeed I have found it.

I'll have a look at it now.


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