Seeing changes by file

Hello all,

I am using Git with Sourcetree for version control of a WordPress site. There are many different files in my project. I may work on a page-template, then a CSS file, a functions file, another template and so on.

My main window shows all my commits, across all files in chronological order. I would like to limit that to one file, so that I can check all the changes I made to only that particular file.

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks

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Hi Andre,

You can context-click on a file and hit "Log Selected" to reveal a new window which shows log entries for just that file.

Hope that helps

Yes, that was exactly what I was looking for.

Thanks Kieran!

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Hi Andre,

Are you using the WIndows or Mac version?

Thanks

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I am on a Mac

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