I'm using SourceTree 2.6.1 on macOS Sierra.
I can see the repository in my list of repos available to clone. However, when I attempt to clone it, SourceTree claims "This is not a valid source path / URL". This is incorrect. It is definitely a valid URL, since I can use it from the command line. What am I missing here?
I am able to clone the repo and use it via command line, using the exact same SSH key that SourceTree is attempting to use. Yet, when I clone the repo, add it as a local repo, and try to do anything to it (push, pull, etc) it failed with permission denied (publickey). I've removed all other ssh keys from my ssh-agent, and still it fails. Nothing I do seems to work and it's having a very negative impact on my workflow. Anyone else experinecing this?
Edit: I've tried using both system git and embedded git, and both have the same problem.
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