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Help fixing git-flow errors?

I can enabled gitflow for a repo successfully, but whenever I try to start a feature it errors out:


git feature start MYFEAT

[...]/.gitflow_export: line 1: export: `': not a valid identifier

/Applications/Sourcetree line 158: _flags_fatal: command not found

/Applications/Sourcetree line 273: [: too many arguments

/Applications/Sourcetree line 273: [: too many arguments/Applications/Sourcetree line 273: [: too many arguments

/Applications/Sourcetree line 1024: [: -ne: unary operator expected

flags:WARN /Applications/Sourcetree line 740: /Applications/Sourcetree: No such file or directory

flags:FATAL unable to parse provided options with getopt.

Completed with errors, see above


Settings are using the embedded versions of everything.

version 3.2.1 (macOS)

1 answer

3 votes
bgannin Atlassian Team Aug 07, 2019

Hi @patlassianbb,

Certain parts of the system aren't happy when you introduce spaces. In this case the name "Sourcetree" is being interpreted as "" by gitflow_export. Please rename the app and let us know if there are still problems.

Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

Thanks for your help.

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