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Stage/Commit same change across multiple files


I have a repeated functioned across 90 files, sometimes they are in the exact same line number and spacing aswell.
I made a change the the function that applies to all 90 files. But now i have to go through each file 1 by 1 and stage the change. This wouldnt be a problem if there were no other changes in the files as i could just stage all. but since there were uncommited changes i dont want to commit randomly.
Is there a way to commit/stage the same change across multiple files?

(using windows)


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Atlassian Team
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May 16, 2019

Hi @ta946,

There isn't a way to stage similar changes across multiple files in Sourcetree via the UI. You might be able to whip up a CLI script if the task is too tedious or you find yourself doing it more than every great once in a while.

Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

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