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After taking the update of Sourcetree to 3.0 on macOS Mojave it now prompts me for my github password every time I launch Sourcetree. This did not happen before this update.
Prior to this release of SourceTree, I had to do "ssh-add -K ~/.ssh/id_rsa" when I rebooted my laptop but then SourceTree used those credentials somehow and everything worked. Starting with release 3.0 on macOS one must fix the Git config and not just re-add the key all the time.