Sourcetree crashes immediately upon opening git repo

Upon opening a repository, Sourcetree has begun crashing. I have been using Sourcetree with this repo for almost a year with few problems.

I tried removing the Sourcetree files from ~/Library/ApplicationSupport/Sourcetree, but this did not fix the problem.

In Console, the error causes the following messages to appear:

10/11/13 3:46:55.783 PM SourceTree[11350]: SourceTree(11350,0x103704000) malloc: *** auto malloc[11350]: error: GC operation on unregistered thread. Thread registered implicitly. Break on auto_zone_thread_registration_error() to debug.

10/11/13 3:46:55.988 PM SourceTree[11350]: registerCustomValueTransformers on main thread

10/11/13 3:47:01.658 PM[155]: (com.torusknot.SourceTreeNotMAS.15168[11350]) Job appears to have crashed: Segmentation fault: 11

10/11/13 3:47:01.840 PM ReportCrash[11360]: Saved crash report for SourceTree[11350] version 1.7.3 (1.7.3) to /Users/xxx/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/SourceTree_2013-10-11-154701_wheatley.crash

EDIT1: Here's the crash log

EDIT2: Here's the bug in JIRA

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Hi Lee,

Could you give us the crash report (path is at the end of what you've posted) and open an issue on

Thanks in advance

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