What does the command line tools do in source tree?

Hello,

I just installed the command line tools of source tree. I just typed:

$ stree --help
Usage: stree [--help] [path]

So what options do I have with stree?

I noticed that if I do stree on a repository it opens the bookmark on sourcetree and if I do stree on any folder not related to a bookmark it opens sourcetree. Is that all?

 

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Hi Alejandro! The command line tools basically allows you to start or switch to SourceTree from the command line by typing "stree". You can do some actions, like opening a repo for example, but you wouldn't be able to trigger a pull request.

Cheers,

Ana

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