After installing SourceTree I setup my proxy information from Tools > Options > Network and try to Clone my repository but I get a failure with a popup dialog and error messages:
git-remote-https.exe - Entry Point Not Found The procedure entry point CONF_modules_free could not be located in the dynamic link library LIBEAY32.dll This is not a valid source path /URL
If you try to clone the repo during the installation process you get an infinite loop of the first error show above.
I have found a sketchy workaround fix. If the terminal (top right button next to Git Flow and Explorer) is invoked, here is the output
mkdir: cannot change permissions of '/dev/shm': Permission denied mkdir: cannot change permissions of '/dev/mqueue': Permission denied 'C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts' -> '/etc/hosts' 'C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\protocol' -> '/etc/protocols' 'C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\services' -> '/etc/services' 'C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\networks' -> '/etc/networks' username@computername MINGW32 ~ $
Then closing out the terminal and cloning a Git repo now works fine.
The might be with the %HOME% environment variable being defined. I have Cadence software which uses the %HOME% variable to manage local configuration files. When SourceTree installs Git it places the .gitconfig file in %HOME%\.gitconfig instead of %USERPROFILE%\.gitconfig which I think is confusing SourceTree when it comes to clone a repo - however, I have removed the %HOME% variable and reinstalled with the same result.
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