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SourceTree 3.4.8 (Windows) Can't Push/Pull with SSH-based Repository

Beginning with the SourceTree 3.4.8 (Windows) update, I can no longer push or pull. Everything else seems to work, but I'm having to use the git command line for push/pull. The error message is (personal info replaced with asterisks):

git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false --no-optional-locks push -v origin develop:develop
Pushing to ssh://***
fatal: protocol error: bad line length character: ***
Completed with errors, see above.

Is there a workaround for this until the bug gets fixed?

Thank you.

 

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It seems that the problem is the new Putty version 0.76.

I replaced the integrated putty (just the putty folder - version 0.76) by the one from the previous version 3.4.7 (0.70.2-Sourcetree) and it works as before.

The putty folder is in (C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\SourceTree\app-3.4.8\tools\putty - or your user folder).

Is it possible that the official putty version is missing some fixes done by Atlassian ?

Thx. That solved my problem as well.
To be honest I was running on version 3.4.6 and from one to another day I wasn't able to work with my gitserver via ssh.
Then - as the last hope - I did an update to 3.4.8 - nothing changed.

I was already despaired I searched on the net again and found this entry. 
I copied putty from 3.4.6 into 3.4.8 - I didn't expected that it helps - but it did.

From my perspektiv this issue must caused by another reason. My gues was to check the windows updates - but there weren't any updates done in the relevant time frame.

Amasing.

I finally tried this, and it worked for me as well. Also, the Putty problem persists in SourceTree 3.4.9. Sigh.

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Hi,
as discussed in another post here, solution seems to be temporary downgrade to version 3.4.7.

I'm not using Bitbucket, so I don't believe this will help, but thank you.

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