Every time I close and re-open SourceTree it hangs when I try to push commits, this being all the farther it gets:
git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false push -v --tags origin master:master Pushing to git@taji34:taji34/Troncraft.git
The only thing that fixes the problem is re-adding my ssh key, then everything works until the next time I close it. I'm using OpenSSH, is this a known problem and/or does it have a solution? If not I can live with it, it's just a tad bit annoying.
Only my account is allowed to push to that repository. But I'm not having issues there, since I am able to push, it just seems that OpenSSH forgets that my SSH keys exist or something, so I have to re-add them everytime.
I've been experience this (or a similar) problem, SourceTree hangs at this same point, although the push is successful. I never experience a problem doing a regular git push from a shell though.
I'll keep you updated if I discover anything more.
Doh, i've just realised this question is over a year old, did you find a solution?
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