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Is there a way to manually change where ST looks for java?

Deleted user Mar 09, 2018

My mac came with java 9 but it wasn't compatible with some of the other things I had running so I downgraded to java 8, JRE and JDK. However, now whenever I try to push, pull, fetch, or whatever, Sourcetree fails because it is searching for the Java 9 directory which now doesn't exist. Having a way to manually set this would be nice.

And for clarity, I have followed the steps to wipe all settings from Sourcetree, uninstall, reinstall, all that. I have completely removed Java and everything, reinstalled only J8 packages, and reset the java home variable to the new location. Nothing is seeming to work. Thanks in advance for the help!

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Sourcetree doesn't have any Java dependencies that I'm aware of currently. Can you please share the error you're seeing?

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

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