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(Edit Jan-30): After an intensive cleanup at c:\users I re-installed SourceTree and Cloned successfully few repos. It looked fine till I exit ST and re-entered. Then problems began. Please view the enclosed images. repo "su4_emv_pom_shared" intruded into repo "aps_30-beach-main". Check also down the 3rd image message "fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories".
Hi. Upon any clone-session, SourceTree (3.1.2 but also at the newest version) ends up by showing other (and undesired) repo, regardless which repo I tried to clone.
Not only that, the shown repo is defective (includes invalid commits, detached from master branch).
I've tried these:
- Uninstall ST
- Shift-Del Atlassian folder from its root, at c:\users
- Shift-Del SourceTree folder from its root, at c:\users
- Reinstall ST, including Mercurial, assigned to Bitbucket
- Create fresh pair of HASH keys (SSH Private/Public)
Now get this:
- Clone repo A - ST shows repo Z
- Clone repo B - ST shows repo Z
And so on and so forth.
Any ideas how to solve this irritating problem ? (like Registry editing or deleting other files/folders)
BTW: Cloned using gitk worked like a charm! same thing for $ git clone