Sourcetree git commands

Hi,

Is there any way for me to view the git commands that Sourcetree issues to the git repository? I am trying to find a way to script the actions that I perform on Sourcetree.

Regards

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Hi Scott,

On the "General" tab in the SourceTree preferences there's an option that says "Always show full console output". If you check this then the console output window for the task will stay open after the task has finished so you can see what happened.

Hope that helps.

Thanks Kieran, just what I needed

This is not applicable for SourceTree actions such as Restart Merge on a single file. Is there a command that can be run in the Terminal which does the same as Restart Merge?

Hi Kieran, I'm on Mac

Hi Scott. Is this for Windows or Mac?

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