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Is SourceTree compatible with macOS Catalina?

Kind of a basic question I know, but I can't seem to find a straight answer anywhere. I need to know before I upgrade macOS. Thanks.

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I have issues with SourceTree 4.0.1 on Catalina. After a couple of minutes it starts to consume a lot of resources and my Mac OS going crazy. I've to close sourcetree each time after a couple of minutes. 

My answer is NO...

I am running a test Catalina VM, and downloaded sourcetree.app

The message says:

Can't be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software.

@potterpg 

  1. Run sourcetree
  2. At "Can't be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software." close dialog.
  3. Open system preferences
  4. Go to security & Privacy
  5. At "General" tab you should have message about blocked sourcetree, and you need to press button Open anyway. (you need make that action just once, next time sourcetree should open normal) 

 

@Christopher Lyman I am using sourcetree at macOS Catalina and have 2 bugs:

  • I can't update sourcetree 4.0 (229) to 4.0 (232)
  • app crash when I am start dragging unstaged/staged files (very annoying)
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@potterpg 

1. Run sourcetree
2. Dismiss error message
3. Go to system preferences -> Security & privacy
4. At the general tab, you should have message about blocked sourcetree, click "open it anyway"

Sourcetree should start.

 

@Christopher Lyman I am using sourcetree at MacOS Catalina, and I have 2 bugs:
- Can't update sourcetree 4.0 (229) to 4.0 (232)
- Sourcetree crash, when I am start dragging unstaged/staged files

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@codemic-pl 

Yes, this worked for me, thanks.

This does not work for me, the endpoint management does not allow this.

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