Does sourcetree contain any GPLv3-licensed code?

My employer has a policy against the use of binaries built from GPLv3-licensed source. Thanks.

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Hey Dave,

You can find out by hitting the SourceTree menu > About. We've got 4 or 5 GPLv2 licenses, but not v3 licenses.

Cheers

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SourceTree is not open software so it is not using the GPLv3 code. You can find the EULA in this link.

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