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Sourcetree (for Mac) is committing unstaged files

Not sure if I am missing a setting or if this is a legitimate bug.  Whenever I commit, it also commits my unstaged files/hunks.  This is obviously very frustrating and has caused some code to be committed that I was not ready to commit or ever intended to be committed.  I have included some screenshots to illustrate a simple scenario.  Below I only intend to commit the changes for the one file 'environment.dev.ts'.  As you can see I left the 2 other files unstaged as I do not intend to commit those changes quite yet.  However, after committing the changes I pulled up the commit which shows that all 3 files were committed up anyways.

 

Before Commit (Staging):

Staging_PreCommit.png

After Commit: 

Post_Commit.png

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The same thing is happening to me. I am not sure how to solve it so I went back to command line and stopped using SourceTree for now.

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I am also having this issue on Mac, still with version 4.1.0 (237). This is maddening since it is making me look foolish to my colleagues since my commits are containing work-in-progress pieces that I never staged.

 

I have to ditch Sourcetree until this is fixed.

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TL;DR - reclone your repo from scratch.

Ok I have an actual answer for this one. It was an unknown repo issue for me. Here's what I did to determine that:

1. Wiped all Sourcetree settings, and tried the same thing again - same problem happened.

2. Restored all Sourcetree settings: tried the same thing with a new test repo - could not reproduce the problem.

3. Blew away and recloned my local repo - problem went away.

 

I hope this helps someone out there. @Chris Burkhardt @Brady maybe this will help.

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