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This isn't supported yet in Windows but isn't actually that hard - you can already launch SourceTree.exe from the command line and it will automatically activate the current instance if there is one - you just can't pass a file path right now (it's only used for the Clone In SourceTree button on Bitbucket right now). Tracking here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREEWIN-394
Ah, good point - unfortunately ClickOnce moves it subtly every update (seems to calculate a hash to use in the folder name). You can always see the current location in the registry because of the URL handler hook, if you look under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\sourcetree\shell\open\command
Bit late to the party :)
In a cmd-Window:
[installpath]\SourceTree.exe -f [path to repo] log -> opens in log (history) view
[installpath]\SourceTree.exe -f [path to repo] status -> opens in status (commit) view
[installpath]\SourceTree.exe /? pops a messagebox for commandline options