Git Gui that allows you to see the resulting command?

I've been using Git in Terminal and PowerShell for about a year now, and I love it. Here's the rub, I sometimes stumble on a syntax issue with new commands. (I was having fits making git rm work today in the PowerShell environment.) Is there a Git Gui application that allows me to create new commands using a graphical interface and then see what the corresponding command would look like in Terminal or PowerShell? I figure it would be a nice trick to glean the correct syntax for a new command.

It's worth noting that I already have Gitx (with the Owen J fork) running in OS X and Git Gui running in Windows.
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quizwedgeCommented:
If you use SourceTree, you can do the action in SourceTree and then view the log of what happened by going to View -> Show Command Output. That's not exactly what you're looking for, but may help you with your end goal.
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jdanaAuthor Commented:
Took a look at SourceTree, it may just fit the bill. Thanks!

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