I'm on OSX 10.9.5 and don't want to upgrade just yet. Sourcetree updated itself, and now won't run saying it needs 10.10. I don't know what kind of logic would technically allow an application to install a version of itself which doesn't run on the OS it's being installed on :/ Can I find an older version somewhere?
Same just happened to me. I found the previous Sourcetree 2.1 version at
Rather unfortunate that Atlassian doesn't check requirements before updating.
I've filed a JIRA bug https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREE-3437
Just happened to me too. I don't recall seeing anything that said it requires Mac OSX 10.0, but I could have missed it. But it should be sophisticated enough to not install on an incompatible system.
I notice that the main "Download Sourcetree" links of the Atlassian web site are downloading 2.1 for the Mac, which is a relief!
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