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How can I update to Sourcetree 4.1.0 - Major Release [19 February 2021]


Sadly I cannot update, the fixes mentioned in the release notes are long awaited.CleanShot 2021-02-23 at 11.12.08.png

3 answers

Same issue here!

Ok, is to blame


In the terminal:

sudo opensnoop -n Sourcetree

When updating, shows up here for me:



Hi, good to know that it is Sparkle. But how can this answer be an "accepted answer" when it doesn't answer the original question - "how can i update"?

I agree, IMHO only the developer can fix/update the installer (QA should test this before releasing :)

For me the task was to get my hands on the new version, which I could achieve.

What worked for me was getting rid of the old installation I got by using .dmg file and using homebrew instead.

homebrew install sourcetree

That worked perfectly smooth.

Same issue on MacOS Big Sur 11.2.1

Same issue on macOS 10.15.7

Error Log shows

com.torusknot.SourceTreeNotMAS 2021-02-23--12-13-01-607.log

2021-02-23 12:14:45 +0000 (e) [GIT] Unable to write file 'Dockerfile' at revision 7635bd92873e2326e504e4980a8b8829ce7a79a2 to /var/folders/qd/tvddk94x13l333mnd6s7zcb40000gn/T//Dockerfile_Before_7635bd92873e2326e504e4980a8b8829ce7a79a2.: fatal: Not a valid object name 7635bd92873e2326e504e4980a8b8829ce7a79a2:Dockerfile

Screen Shot 2021-02-23 at 7.14.12 AM.png

When updating, shows up here for me:


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