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Connecting SourceTree to GitHub

Deleted user Oct 09, 2018

I have added my GitHub account in SourceTree.  Good so far.

On GitHub, I created a new repository.  If I now click the '+' to add a new tab in SourceTree, select Remote, I can see the repository I just created in GitHub.  Still doing good.

If I now add code to the local folder for this project, it shows up as changed files in SourceTree.  I stage them all and commit them.  Still doing good.

This operation completes without error but when I look on the GitHub website, I don't see any code.

What am I doing wrong?


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Manju Atlassian Team Oct 11, 2018

Can you please check if the remote for the repository and ensure that it is the GitHub link that you are expecting? You can find the remote links in settings toolbar item of repository window.

Deleted user Oct 12, 2018

It appears to be the same.  I've inserted a screenshot of my SourceTree Settings page and the repository page on GitHub.


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