Is Source Tree extemely slow on Windows? My git repo's are out on servers so they are mapped through the network but even while plugged in at work its super slow. 5-10 min to refresh the repo changes. 5 min commit times, staging is the same.
Git's speed comes largely from the fact that everything is a local operation - by putting your repository on a remote drive you're completely eliminating that advantage so it's not a good idea. Run your repo locally and push to your server instead when you want to share.
I figured that was the case. However the problem I have is that I am using GIT in a scenario where the files are developed/controlled by another program (IBM Cognos TM1). My goal is simply to use GIT as a way to see code change within that directory and track the changes to issues in JIRA using Stash and Fisheye. Unfortunately this means I can't setup GIT the way a true software development process would work. Im going to see if I can put sourcetree directly on the server that our software runs as most of our developers use Remote Desktop and develop from there anyway.
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