I updated from SourceTree 188.8.131.52 today straight to 184.108.40.206 and noticed the branches list when viewing a single repo is empty. I'm on Windows 10 x64, system git 2.9.2. Embedded git didn't seem to make a difference.
I double checked that i don't have issues with the git repo itself, command line and such show all my branches as before, so it seems to be strictly a UX issue on SourceTree's part.
Let me know if i can contribute something else.
I have the same issue with 220.127.116.11/18.104.22.168 as Ran describes.
In my main repository my local branches is displayed, but in my worktree they are not. I suspekt Mike to also use worktrees from his screenshot. My worktree name only contains letters, numbers and special sign "-".
In my options|Git there is no option to disable libgit2 as we use System Git.
Is there any change you can fix this? We really love the worktree option as it makes it possible to switch context quickly.
I can confirm the same behavior.
I had 22.214.171.124 and it correctly displayed local branches in my worktree folders, as well as the folder containing the main git repository.
After manually updating to 126.96.36.199 (linked to above) the worktree folders no longer show local branches in the left pane.
I don't have any options in the git settings in SourceTree for libgit2 either. I am using the system git, version 2.13.0.
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