How does the git-flow plugin integrate into IntelliJ IDEA?

For example,

git flow feature start MYFEATURE

Is there a way git-flow operations like this can be done from within IntelliJ IDEA?

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    There is a plugin for git-flow integration via IntelliJ IDEA:

    Getting git-flow to work via windows can be a little problematic, but once this is done then the plugin works fine, in my experience so far.

    One note: (in my experience) there should not be any versioned local changes in IDEA when you first init gitflow in a project, otherwise it will fail. Edit: I’m not sure if this is a bug or not, as per OpherV’s comment I will report it. In the meantime my solution was to “stash” any local changes before initializing the repo.

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