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SourceTree is heavy when it loads to large changed file


Hi. I really love SourceTree and it helps me ;)


I am using SourceTree for Node.js GIT repository, and it has package-lock.json.

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package-lock.jsond is changed when a node module is added, removed and updated.

The size of package-lock.json is approximately 500kb but it has many changed lines.

Then SourceTree is really heavy when show the diff.

When I clicked a commit including the file, when I check the staged files including the file..


How can I avoid the situation?



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Dec 17, 2018 • edited


Thanks! You can add the file name pattern (package-lock.json) to the ignored list in Sourcetree's diff settings and it will no longer preview the contents. Hope that helps.

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

@Brian Ganninger

Thank you for your reply ;)


Yes, I want to ignore at SuorceTree diff but I cannot find out the settings.

How or where can I add the pettern "package-lock.json"?

(moved to replied thread)

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