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Sourcetree 2.7.6 Mercurial Shelve not working

I never tried Shelve before today. Decided to test it out. I find that it stops out with an error:  "Unknown exception encountered with possibly-broken third-party extension"

 

 

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Manju Atlassian Team Sep 17, 2018

Would you mind trying out an early access of our new 3.0 version available for download here

This is used with mission critical projects, so I'm not sure I want to try this with a beta right now.

Now that I read what your Early Access policy is, maybe I'll do that.

The Early Access version fixes this problem, and also the HgFlow Initialization failure I reported in another thread.

This also fixes the problem where External Diff wouldn't load on an uncommitted file.

Can I just rename that file from Sourcetree-Beta.app to Sourcetree.app and overwrite my existing Sourcetree.app in Applications? Or will I need to wait for a pkg installer to do other things to support that new install.

I see that as of 9/26/18, there is a new Sourcetree.app in the Betas folder, and it's no longer called a Beta. Can I assume this is the soon-to-be-released stable version?

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