Hi Sourcetree Team! I'm a longtime user, longtime fan of Sourcetree.
Here's a feature suggestion that seems like it would be easy to implement, and could be useful to many...
I find that often there are some stashes that I have created during Feature Development that I end up re-using afterwards, and it would be helpful to be able to rename them to something else, especially something that does *not* include the branch prefix.
Here is the underlying git commands that do what I would love to see in the GUI, as a right-click menu item called 'Rename Stash', along with 'Apply Stash' and 'Delete Stash':
In Drupal 7 development, oftentimes there are issues with modules that can only be easily debugged if I add a temporary snippet of code to core files. Currently I re-use a Stash commit I created for this, but it would be nice if it was named:
"DEBUG - Drupal Entity: Add output"
"On [my-long-branch-name-here-created-by-jira] - DEBUG - Drupal Entity: Add debug output"
This format, which is imposed by Sourcetree (and Jira branch creation), while useful during feature branch development, is not easy to read or identify Stashes that I may want to re-use after that branch is gone.
Here is a screenshot link:
I Hope you like the idea and decide to add it to a future release!
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