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When I select two commits in Sourcetree (by command clicking on mac) it shows me the `diff` from the older commit (the ancestor) to the newer commit. i.e. `git diff <older-sha> <newer-sha>`
How can I visualize the inverse of that? The `diff` from the newer commit to the older commit? i.e. `git diff <newer-sha> <older-sha>`
I swear this used to work for by reversing the order I select the commits in Sourcetree but now it always seems to do `git diff <older-sha> <newer-sha>` and ignored the selection order.
Didn't this used to work? Did something change? I recently upgraded both Sourcetree and git on my mac.