I have a repo in SourceTree (Windows), with one of the remotes (pair) accessed via SSH on a web server. (ssh://USERNAME@@zulle.pair.com/usr/home/USERNAME/public_html/PROJECT/.git) I can fetch from pair in the SourceTree terminal, so I think everything is set up correctly. But I can't fetch from pair in the UI
From the SourceTree terminal:
$ git remote -v
QA_on_Sonic \\\\SONIC\\monkey\\sites\\PROJECT.qa\\.git (fetch)
QA_on_Sonic \\\\SONIC\\monkey\\sites\\PROJECT.qa\\.git (push)
origin https://UTAN_dev@gitlab.com/UTAN_dev/PROJECT-2016.git (fetch)
origin https://UTAN_dev@gitlab.com/UTAN_dev/PROJECT-2016.git (push)
pair ssh://USERNAME@zulle.pair.com/usr/home/USERNAME/public_html/PROJECT/.git (fetch)
pair ssh://USERNAME@zulle.pair.com/usr/home/USERNAME/public_html/PROJECT/.git (push)
$ git fetch pair
* [new branch] 99-youtube -> pair/99-youtube
* [new branch] master -> pair/master
* [new branch] prod-hotfix-2017-06-12 -> pair/prod-hotfix-2017-06-12
* [new branch] release -> pair/release
* [new branch] this_is_pair -> pair/this_is_pair
When I fetch from the SourceTree UI, the progress bar never ends. "Show full output" just displays ```git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false fetch pair``` and nothing else.
How can I fix this? Thanks.
Here's how I solved the problem:
Now, when I fetch, the operation completes successfully and the UI reflect that. I'm leaving this as a reminder to other users: if you're having strange problems, check your Git version.
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