Our enterprise has it's own GIT server where we keep repositories. I need to be able to add a repository from that as a remote.
i.e. git remote add devproj git://mydomain.com/opt/git/devproj.git
Seems that the only remote hosts I can configure are the 4 you provide in the dropdown. How am I to add my own remote?
Just add a repository and put your Git URL in it. You can do this from the bookmarks view on both Mac and Windows by just hitting the repository icon that has a "+" in it. Alternatively go to File > New/Clone.
File > New / Clone or clicking the + icon on bookmarks does not work. I am using SourceTree 1.8.1.
If I follow the above path, I get error under the Source Path / URL field that says.."invalid URL". If I clicke the globe icon to browse... I get 4 options only, none of which allow me to properly enter our private git address.
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