We don't currently support renaming of folders, just files at the moment because of the way we treat the folder structure. I've filed a feature request for you on JAC, although you may want to indicate if this is for Windows or Mac. We'll likely do the same thing on both platforms. Here's the issue: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREE-1729
Hope that helps!
I think it's not possible at the moment (I searched for it myself in vain ...)
As git is a content tracking system, you can simply move the file within your directory tree using standard explorer actions. Doing so the hash-value (sha1) of the file keeps the same - the only thing that changes is the object tree. Git will automatically recognize the change in the directory tree, which can be commited
If having issues with this working via the SourceTree interface, this simple command works perfectly.
The 100 means files must be 100% the same, so if you just moved them, they will be... I you moved and renamed, you can also use a high number, say 93, and perhaps that will work for you. Either way, the command will list all of the files and their percent similarity.
I got the tip here: http://hgtip.com/tips/advanced/2009-09-30-detecting-renames-automatically
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