This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Viewing Log/History of a Repository
Is it possible to view all the files as they were at a given commit and not just the files that were changed? I would like to be able to have a treeview of the files available at every single commit, just like git-extensions have in their "File tree" pane when browsing a repository.
Yes. In the pul-down menu in the upper left corner (it probably says something like "Pending files, sorted by file status") select "all Files" (and perhaps "sorted by path", if you like)
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I think it's the best you can do. As far as I know, the bottom of the History tab is always going to just show the diff between commits.
Theoretically if you had an initial commit that was (mostly) empty you could do a multi-select to compare a given commit with that empty commit, which should give you a pretty comprehensive list of the files - but that seems a bit kludgey.
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