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I do use SourceTree products on Windows 11 and WSL2 / Ubuntu with Docker installation. I managed to get my project into SourceTree by finding the local directory and using `//wsl$`. However, the SourceTree with a project based on WSL2 is very slow. I was trying to find a solution/settings which could help. Any idea does SourceTree support WSL2 at all? Maith be I try to find something which does not exist yet?
Seems that it's not. Accessing WSL leads to high CPU usage in SourceTree and basically makes it unusable. Also tried to install it through Wine but to no avail. I am on WSLg version: 1.0.49. Cannot understand why there's no Linux native SourceTree version or at least one that can work in a similar way as VS Code does.
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