I have just reinstalled Mac OS X Mavericks and at the same time upgraded to SourceTree v.1.9.0. One of these two things seems to have caused the following problem: Whenever I want to push changes to a GitHub repository, I am asked for my password.
I have tried suggestions such as including my username in the https address, but it doesn't work. Where does SourceTree store passwords? I have looked in my (Apple) Keychain, but there are no signs of neither SourceTree nor GitHub.
Where do you find the options dialog? I have went through all parts of Preferences, but I haven't found anything about authenticaiton. The closest I get is an option to set my username. Here I have tried both my GitHub username and my email address, but neither works. Same problem on two different Macs.
I am in the process of reinstalling Mac OS X on all my machines. Just tried on a machine that I haven't touched yet. Things work perfectly, also in SourceTree 1.9.0.
The problem thus appears to be related to my fresh OS installations. Maybe my machines must somehow be authorized with GitHub? I have tried uploading SSH keys but to no avail (which I would expect, since I am using HTTPS).
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