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How do I configure a pull request in source tree?

 

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Right-click on the branch name, select "Create Pull Request...". This takes you to the web interface where you can provide the details.

 

EDIT: To add support for this to an existing clone:

  • (Open the clone in question in SourceTree)
  • Repository\Repository Settings
  • Edit the properties or the remote where you want to create pull requests
  • Specify the host type and URL, optionally the user
    • Supports Stash, BitBucket and GitHub

The problem was that I got an error saying I had to configure my repository before that would work.

I didn't know what fields I had to set or what values they should have (base URL, host type?).

 

What server are you working with? As far as I know, this functionality only works with Stash.

It actually does support that, I added instructions to the answer above.

why is github enterprise being blocked? I changed the remoteProjectLink0.baseURL to point to our internal github server. but the client apparently ignores it and continues to send me to github.com.

It seems this doesn't work for locally hosted Bitbucket, because you cannot change the URL from www.bitbucket.com:

image2017-1-19 10:16:35.png

It works with Bitbucket Server. It was formerly named Stash so in SourceTree, select Stash. This will allow you to then put in the URL to where your Stash server is located.

How about the gitlab server, we setup a gitlab server of our own, every time we create pull request from sourcetree, it popup a message box, saying

"You don't have any remotes which have extended integration settings configured; you need to edit your remotes to add details such as the hosting type and base URL. Click the Settings button to open your remote list."

but, in remote tab of setting box, we shoose "Unknown" in Host Type field, leave Host Root Url blank(because it's not allowed to input), Username using gitlab account username.....

 

still can't create pull request, can someone help how to setup sourcetree to make "create pull request" work on gitlab ? Thanks^^

Atlassian has decided not to implement Gitlab support.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREE-1845

Like fxalgrain likes this

@ccyeh0901 because Jira will not provide Gitlab support, I've written a small tool to make life easier. You configured a Sourcetree custom action that opens the Google Chrome browser with a Gitlab merge request.

Packagist - JCID - Gitlab merge request opener

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREE-1845?focusedCommentId=1652520

Like Bernd Waibel likes this

In Aws code commit which host URL and Host type i can give inside of the repo/repo sittings?

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