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Is There REALLY NO Git Move Command inside Sourcetree? Are There No Plans for This?

Is there a way to move files within SourceTree without going to the command line?

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This is driving me mad. Surely there must be a way to allow the re-organistion of files on disk and have this reflected in sourcetree ?

I am having the same issue for a bulk move of multiple files. I only see a "move" option when right-clicking on a single file, but if I want to move hundreds of files at once, by first sorting them and then selecting them, right-click has the "Move" option greyed out.

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