SourceTree is a great product, but there's one thing that is really annoying. I have Git installed using HomeBrew. When I update Git (because of a brew update), the next time I start SourceTree, I get the following error:
SourceTree suddenly has no clue where my System Git is installed. This problem is probably caused by the fact that Homebrew uses symbolic links in /usr/local/bin that point to Git versions in the Cellar folder.
Now every time Git is updated (which is quite often), I have to click away a few error dialogs and go to Preferences and reselect my System Git location.
It would be great if SourceTree could be a bit smarter in handling HomeBrew Git installations.
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