Is it possible in Source Tree to visualize how files and directories looked like at certain commit back in the past ?
I have manage to see only a delta: a list of the content that was added/removed from my branch at certain commit, but not how the content of such branch looked like at the moment of the commit. In other words, I would like to see both the files and the directory structure at that point in time.
Actually double-clicking has always opened the current version, the thinking being that you often locate files that you want to edit via the log or search panes.
But, you can already open the historical version in a full editor, all you have to do if the Quick View peek at the historical version isn't enough is to click the 'Open in' button at the top right of the Quick View window. This opens the version you're seeing in the Quick View pane in a full editor, which is what you want. This way, we can allow you do do both things - locate files you want to edit in the current working copy via log/search, and also see the historical version in full.
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