GitLens VSCode extensions charges 60$, which is too much for me! What I need most is the Commit Graph feature in GitLens, which can let me see a file's git history. Even Sourcetree can not do that easily because it can only check the files in a specific commit. I can't just choose a file to see its git history.

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If you need to see the Commit Graph you can use something like the GitGraph extension. You also have this Git File History extension to navigate a given file history.

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    You could improve your answer by giving them a bit more of a review. Commented Jun 16, 2023 at 20:16

What about Git Blame? It's fast, packed with features, and has inline blame.

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