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Define Different Pull and Push Remotes for Subtrees Edited

Hello,

Sourcetree defines one remote for a subtree. In my case, I have an origin repo, which is forked from an upstream repo. I generated the subtree from the origin and this is the remote address that Sourcetree uses for the subtree -for both push and pull.

However, once in a while I would like to pull from the upstream to update my subtree with changes from other users. This requires the upstream remote address be defined as a second address, which is different than the origin address obviously.

Is there a way to define a second remote address for the subtree with Sourcetree so that I can pull and push from different addresses?

Quick fix ofcourse manually change the address when doing pull and push, which is not very convenient.

Baris

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minnsey Atlassian Team Mar 19, 2019

Hi

No I'm afraid Sourcetree doesn't support multiple remotes for Subtrees. Looking at https://www.atlassian.com/blog/git/alternatives-to-git-submodule-git-subtree it looks like there is no obvious blocker to supporting it in the future.

You can raise a feature request at https://jira.atlassian.com under the SourcetreeWin or Sourcetree projects.

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