I have two local repositories on my local machine which points to same remote repository. I have only one branch on remote which is "master". The problem is when i update master on one repository and push it to remote server, "origin/master" is updated and shown in source tree for that repository. However, on another repository, "origin/master" still points to old commits unless i do git pull manually on this repo. I think source tree should automatically shown when "origin/master" and local master are out of sync. I am using ssh keys for pulling and pushing on gitlab. I have also set up keys in source tree still no luck. I am using gitlab for remote server.
Current position of origin/master in one repository.
In another repository, origin/master still points to older commits, even though in actual its been updated.
You cut your options dialog just slightly too short. There is another setting to "Check default remotes for updates every ___ minutes". That setting will cause SourceTree to automatically run "git fetch" commands, which are what you need in order to see the up-to-date position of the origin branches.
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