"Error: 'goog' is undefined"
The first line of the file is a goog.provide() call and I am assuming this is causing the error.
SourceTree doesn't open files within itself, it launches whatever process is the operating system "default" for that filetype. On Windows, the default for .js files is usually to execute them.
If this isn't something you do (I've never known anyone to want that), you should be able to set your favorite editor as the default program for .js files to resolve the issue.
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