I have a very strange problem with sourcetree and git. First sourcetree was installed together with the included git version.
I can clone a public repository from our company internal git server and even commit and push. When I create a private repository on this git server (via web interface) I can clone it. But when I want to commit something in this repository, sourcetree first ask me for a name and email, where the correct values are already included in the dialog window, but then nothing happens anymore. There is no commit and no error message. As the account for the git server is identical in both cases, why does it not work for my own repository? My colegues can do it with their repositories; also with their sourcetree.
I then created a local repository on my PC disk. That was possible. Adding a file to this PC path is also possible and sourcetree detects it as unpublished changes. But again, when I want to commit, the window with the name appears but nothing else happens. No commit is possible and I get no error code.
How could this be?
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