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MacOS M1 - Git LFS files not uploading with push but works fine pushing on windows

On windows sourcetree using embedded git and git lfs all is working fine, but on mac OS using sourcetree with embedded git and git lfs, only the non lfs files go up.

I have to open the terminal in sourcetree and type git lfs push --all origin master after every push from Sourcetree.

I have been using Sourcetree on macs and windows for years, this is a new M1 mac I have installed Sourcetree on and this has only just occurred recently.

Using Sourcetree mac on M1 mac mini - Sourcetree version 4.1.3 (239) and git embedded 2.31.0 and git lfs embedded 2.13.2

Is anyone else having this issue? I tried a fresh install with removal of all preferences files from the Library folder also.

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Closing this now as I found the cause was some badly generated git hooks files, a fresh clone of the repo sorted it out. Leaving this issue up in case it helps others in this strange scenario I had.

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