As far as I can see, the only git log option is “Log Selected”, which means I need to find latest commit where the file was changed. I often need to see history of a single file, which didn’t change recently and I only know its name and path. I can’t find a way to tell SourceTree to log this specific file from working copy.
I tried to use Search, but I can’t figure out how does it work, because it often finds totally unrelevant results (for “File Changes” option).
Also, the same question applies to “Blame Selected” option.
Is there a plan to implement simpler way or we will need to find workarounds?
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