Hi, I have a VPS that I connect & work over SSH. In this server I have a repository, cloned from GitHub.
How I can connect with SourceTree on this machine, locate the git project and then work with SourceTree?
SourceTree can not manage a repository over ssh.
The easiest way to manage a remote repo over ssh is to use the command line git tool (connect via SSH, then use git commands).
If you need a GUI, you can clone the repo locally, or install sourcetree remotely, or try to find another tool.
If you add a remote repo on your SourceTree should work, and you could work by command line accessing SourceTree Terminal.
Please take a look on these links:
Hi @Tim Crall, my workflow does not involve anything local except tools (IDEs, DB managers, etc.) The projects are on the remote server the tools work over SSH. It's a popular approach these days for web dev and there are many tools that direct you this way, like Vagrant (local VM but you work over SSH).
It will be very nice to see a feature like this
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