Source Tree is now extremely slow to detect changes in the files for a project.
I have noted that both remote changes and local file changes are much slower to be detected thatn previously.
Anyone else feel me?
Hi Ryan! Which kind of changes did you notice to go slower? Can you check what is the time you have set in the preferences for SourceTree to check for updates in the repos?
Also, remember to provide which SourceTree version and OS are you using so we can troubleshoot this issue better.
+1 for me with this issue. Also version 126.96.36.199, since my machine updated on Friday (18 Aug 2017).
Windows 10 64-bit 1703 (build 15063.540)
When I make a change to my working copy, SourceTree basically doesn't seem to notice until I hit F5 to refresh, when the change is instantly picked up. Before the recent update SourceTree would see changes effectively instantly (when switching to the app, and once I had checked the "refresh when application is not in focus" even when I didn't; both "refresh automatically" and "refresh when not in focus" are currently checked).
A UI action, like e.g. staging a changed file also triggers an instant refresh.
NB nothing to do with remote repos.
Let me know if I can give any more info, or do anything else.
I had some manual steps to go through that resolved the issue for me. They involved wiping the SourceTree system preferences. There is an article on it here:
This worked for me. Uninstalling and reinstalling doesn't affect these files.
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