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Sourcetree since version 2.5.5 paginates remote repositories starting with 1 and not 0 like before Edited

Why Sourcetree Windows since version 2.5.5 paginates remote repositories starting with 1 and not 0 like before?

With Bitbucket Server this is a problem because the first repository of the project is not retrieved. So if you have only one repository in your projects, in Remote repositories tab, not repositories are shown.

Now when you go to Remote repositories tab to clone a repository and select an account, Sourcetree sends this REST request for every project

GET http://xxx:7990/rest/api/1.0/projects/ENCPOPUP/repos?limit=30&start=1

With SourceTree 2.4.8 the request was:

GET http://xxx:7990/rest/api/1.0/projects/ENCPOPUP/repos?limit=1000&start=0

The response for the first request is 0 repositories (incorrect), the response for the second one is 1 repository(correct).

I suppose the problem in Sourcetree 2.5.5 is this change: Paginated remote repositories [performance and UX boost]

But why starting with 1?

There is any configuration that I can change in Sourcetree to make this request start with 0?

1 answer

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jun 20, 2018

Hello! This is a bug -- but if you're looking for a specific repository the search function should return the correct results. Thanks for finding it!

Which version will fix this bug? Thanks

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