Ever since updating to 2.1.10 I keep getting a prompt to login to bitbucket. For a while if I changed the preferred protocol to SSH and refreshed the OAuth token it would work for a bit, then later I would get the popup again, and I would switch back to HTTPS... Now neither work. I can't push so it makes sourcetree pretty useless. Any fix for this coming?
Hi Aaron, SourceTree for Windows now shares credentials with Git via the Git Credential Manager (GCM).The credentials for both are stored in the Windows Vault or Credentials Manager, the entries are prefixed with 'git:' To determine what is going on I would:
Did this work for you? If you're still getting prompted for a password, let us know if you're getting any error when you try to push. Also, let us know if the URL is of the form https://bitbucket.org/owner/repo or https://firstname.lastname@example.org/owner/repo and make sure that Tools > Options > Authentication is hosting the right password.
I have been trying for a week now and tried all these methods with the new Sourcetree 2.1.10. Everything was working good until the upgrade last week and nothing is working anymore. None of the steps above help at all. And I can't seem to downgrade. This is annoying!! I'm able to push and pull using command line but not SourceTree.
My URL for Bitbucket server is: https://tpg.spd.analog.com/bitbucket/scm/tok/arm.git
Please help asap because we're in the middle of a critical release. Thanks.
Ana, I've removed the credentials from the windows credentials manager and it still isn't working correctly. The login window keeps popping up everytime I try to push and I can't enter my password because I login with Google. Sometimes everything works as expected but later on in the day I'll randomly get promted for my login and wont be able to continue after that until it decides to start working again.
For what its worth, I'm running 2.1.11 now...
Also, the url is in this format: https://email@example.com/owner/repo
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