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Today Sourcetree for Mac can't see my team Repository
and When I trying to create a Repository it showing
Loading Owners Failed
message: This endpoint has been removed. See our documentation for more information. https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/bitbucket/rest/api-group-teams/#api-user-permissions-teams-get
List team permissions for the user DEPRECATED
Sourcetree 4.1.5 is currently the newest version available.
Does the last Sourcetree for Mac can't compatible with the latest API of bitbucket Cloud?
Same here when trying to create remote repo.
But I can push to existing remote repos.
A workaround that works for me is to create the repo online and clone it locally.
Then move your project files to this location OR move the .git folder from the cloned location to your working directory.
So it is April (2022) now, I'm running Sourcetree 4.1.8 (243) which according to the "Check for Updates" should be the current version and I'm still getting this error while trying to create a remote repository.
Any solutions coming?
If there is a solution to be found somewhere else, my apologies but this thread is the first result I get when searching Google.
It's ridiculous, isn't it? You know something is wrong when a company can't even stay up to date with their own API (for months!). At this point, I'm only subscribed to this topic out of sheer curiosity.
As an actual solution, I recommend switching to something like GitKraken and saving yourself the headache.
yep, they are ruining their reputations on this. the frustration is growing, maybe things are not going so well, because I just can't explain otherwise to leave such important issues unattended, this is what made sourcetree better than other solutions. Now, what's left that justifies using it... we are indeed switching...