I have a git-svn repository in SourceTree. When I go to push, it always defaults the "Push to repository" selection to Subversion, but I always want to push to a Git remote - is there a way to set this default, or persuade SourceTree to remember the previous choice?
I had the same issue and this is how I fixed it,
Go to .git directory in your local repository directory, here you'll see some files and directories. Among those there is a directory called "svn". Rename it to somethign else like "svn-old" or something. This will make "Subversion" option go away from source tree.
In any case if you want it back just rename the directory back to "svn". Hope this will help.
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