Is there a way to view a list of versioned files of a Git project with SourceTree?

Hi, I use SourceTree 2.3.5 and Git 2.15 on a 64-bit Windows 10 PC.

After reading this link, I usually check the versioned file with the Git ls-tree command.

$ git ls-tree -r master --name-only

 

Similarly, I was wondering whether giving a list of versioned files, from each branches (master, develop, etc) from SourceTree is possible or not.

 

Is this feature available from SourceTree Windows/MAC?

 

-Best Regards

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Hi

We don't explicitly support that command, but the closest option being to choose the 'All' option from File Status/Order drop down at the top of the File Status view.

Thanks, Michael.

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I mostly used the "Log/History" view, so I didn't notice this view. Thanks for your answer!

P.S.) Wish you a happy holiday season!

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