In RStudio Desktop, under the Git tab, there seem only to be the options to Commit, Pull, Push, etc.
These are indeed the most common actions, from my limited experience on exploring how to use Git from within RStudio.
However, if I wanted to revert back to an earlier commit and make it the new 'head', then I have to use the Terminal and use a command such as 'git reset --soft [SHA code]'
Firstly, is this need to use the Terminal correct, or have I missed something within RStudio?
Nearly all of the online guides that I have found that reference RStudio and Git stop their commentary short of when you want to back-track, create branches, etc.
It seems to me that only the most basic commands are available from within RStudio's UI and the more complex commands require Terminal usage.
If this is a true statement, then why is this?
And, are there any plans to add to the options already natively available within the RStudio IDE?