I use SourceTree to interact with GitHub repos. I interacted (pushed) to a repo as recently 10/22/2016. As of today, I can't do anything with SourceTree. If I try to clone a repo, for example, I get a message shown below. However, I notice that the directory "C:\Users\emorway\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\git_local\share\" doesn't even exist? Liberal usage of google has led me to all sort of permutations of the "SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate" message, but I can't figure out how to resolve this.
Can someone please help me figure out how to set up the templates I need to resume interacting with Git repos?
I'm using windows 8 with the latest version of sourceTree (I uninstalled, restarted my machine, and reinstalled in hopes the certificates would populate themselves).
The templates issue is unrelated. You can find a fix for it here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/250260
Maybe that will resolve the SSL issue, too. If not, did you find this answer on stackoverflow? It specifically relates to the SSL error you mention occuring in SourceTree: http://stackoverflow.com/a/38460722/1476926
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