The closest I can find is to use the "File Status" tab and pick "Show All". That shows me files listed in folder order. But they aren't nested to show hierarchy, and I can't collapse and expand folders to easily narrow things down to the area I care about.Thanks!
Great tool, BTW. I used to switch between git clients depending on which was better for the task I wanted to do. Now I pretty much use SourceTree exclusively.
eeeeeend it's gone again.
Version 1.8.2 on Windows removed again the feature because it was considered "deprecated" for speed reason... The funny thing is that initially they removed also for Mac but put it back after the, obvious, users outcry.
Please let's rise our voices again to have the tree view back on windows too. Hopefully it will take less than two years this time.
Can we have the Tree view back, please?
I regret I upgraded - the latest version made me create an Attlasian account (why? I have a Bitbucket account - could the former not be derived from the latter?), removed the tree view, uglified the icons and broke the "Change Folder" function for moved repos.
Can we trust Attlasian to improve the software with the next release, rather than break it even more?
Agreed on getting this fix. I am currently on a Mac, but the rest of our company are using Windows. I am currently in a meeting trying to show this to the rest of our company to use and they are refusing because of this. Can status update if this ever plans on being added to the Windows version? if not, I'm going to have to switch to use something else.
We do have a tree view in the Mac version but not yet on Windows - we've had some issues with the standard WPF tree controls (they don't support many features like multi-select) and third-party controls have so far been a bit slow. We hope to add this feature to Windows eventually - for now the filter box is useful, it can narrow things down for you and will match folders too.
Glad to hear you like using SourceTree!
Perhaps someone could explain to me how on Windows I can remove specific folders in SourceTree from my Git when all I see is a flat list of files in my Working Copy "File Status" View. I see specific files but do not see folders :( Any help with this is appreciated.
Oh man this is really needed. I have a few artitst that are comiting some things that they shouldn't because they don't really know if the things they are commiting should be uploaded or not. If they could just commit the the "Models" folder this problem would go away. Please see to it that this is implemented as fast as possible. Many thanks, and great job so far with sourcetree.
Yeah, my colleagues are wanting to bail on Mercurial because of this missing feature.
Love Hg, but the visual tools on windows suck. SourceTree is great , but really needs this feature.
Now if only TortiseHg was close to tortiseSVN, and there was a decent visual studio plugin (visualhg is pretty lame).
This doesn't bode well for Atlassian support in my eyes. Looks like the windows platform isn't much of a priority. This has been a long standing problem that they have simply ignored. I had to switch everyone back to smartgit which is not ideal, but works better for tree view. Questioning whether we should continue our move into stash at this point.
I have to agree with you. When there is such basic functionality like this being ignored on one platform, it ceartinlly doesn't bode well. If they provide a product that doesn't work well in the rest of their own eco-system, it makes me qestion why I'm using them in the first place.
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