Just yesterday I thought it's a good day to install the latest version of SourceTree. Fortunately I didn't listen to the message popping up on startup that I should uninstall my older versions...
The reason for this is that the spinner on the left-hand side where there should be a tree view of the current repo is never finishing spinning. This happens on a quite big repo (current size: 1.86GB; due to binaries being stored in there; something we wanna change in the future but didn't have time for just yet). Smaller repos seem to work fine.
Can anyone suggest a workaround to get it going? For now im falling back to version 1.9. But since there has been issued a security advisory by Atlassian I would like to update to the latest version ASAP.
What I've tried so far is to clean out the C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree folder but there was no improvement achieved with that.
That is merely a workaround - and not a good one I have to say. I have local branches that I cannot throw away just like that. Also my stashes will be lost. This is rather a last resort thing. I will do so eventually if I'm forced to. Nevertheless I would highly appreciate if you could pass this problem on to the developer team so they can look into it so that bug can be fixed in future releases.
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