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OS – Windows 7 64 bit
Git version – 2.18.0 64 bit
Source Tree – 2.6.10
Error – Source Tree keep pooping up popup that , it not able to detect the Git on system ,tried all three option, the option Browse to the location of Git on your system (if we missed it) , not opening anything , i mean no browse popup come to select path , just after some time again the same popup come up .
I tried to download an embedded version option too through this popup but that is also not working.
Tried all three option in this popup above but still it not able to detect the git. My system path variable is set properly ,
Any help suggestion ?
SourceTree Git not working in Windows Solution found just follow this:
Open SourceTree >> Tools >> Options >> Git
by default "Embeded" button is clicked change this to "System" it will now on take system installed git path which is windows installed git path.
Now Restart the Source Tree.
Note: I have windows 10 64bit & i have added git path in environment variable "C:\Program Files\Git" not sure its needed or not.
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I have the same problem. I used git V2.17 and also tried 2.23.0 for Windows 64bit versions. I then also tried to enable Mercurial; same problem.
BUT when I start SourceTree as an administrator on Windows (right click + Run as Administrator) it works. So it seems to be a permission problem but in the logs there is nothing that would shed some light on it. I checked the git installation folder and all Windows users have read and execute permission to that folder. So also that should be ok. And in PowerShell as a normal user git works just fine and also is in the PATH.
I used SourceTree and git since many months now on this Windows machine and never had a problem.
Any ideas how to get more detailed logs that could tell us what could cause this problem?
Sourcetree will try to find and use an existing Git installation rather than download and install its own local copy.
It does this by checking the PATH, looking in some standard locations, e.g. c:\program files (x86)\Git or asking the OS to find it.
If it finds a git.exe through any of those methods it tries to run
and parsing the output, if it matches a supported version it will configure itself to use that Git installation.
If it can't find a git.exe it will prompt you to try and look for it.
Where is your Git installed?
It sounds like Sourcetree might be finding the installation bur for some reason the git version call is failing.
Is there anything in the %localappdata%/Atlassian/Sourcetree/sourcetree.log showing errors when trying to run git version ?
My git version is 2.20.1.vfs.1.1.104.g2ab7360
C:\Program Files\Git LFS
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It's a hack/not a great work around, but if you build your own version and change the version string to gvfs rather than vfs then it will work.
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