I'm new here and I would like to ask you a question:
I have two account on github, named A and B, both have private repositories. I have set the accounts and relative credentials on Sourcetree. Well while I try to sync (fetch, pull or push) private repo of the account A while A is the default account, no problem. While I try to sync private repo of the account B while B is the default account, no problem. But as soon as I try to sync a private repo of the account A while B is the default... it trow an error "repository xyz not found". So I have to go to tools/options/authentication and set A as default, come back to the main windows and now everything is working... for account A...
On the help page https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/sourcetree-for-windows-1-10-0-authentication-and-accounts-updates-867186698.html it is written that
"t is also possible to set an account as the default for a hosting service like Bitbucket. This means SorceTree uses these credentials (the username and Basic Auth password or OAuth token) when no username is specified in a Mercurial or Git URL."
And in the "remote details" pane (from the setting icon on the up-right main windows) I think I have correctly set all the information (including "username"):
Host type: github
Host root URL: https://github.com (I cannot change this vale...)
What have I miss? Can you help me to fix it?
Thank you very much,
- Window 10
- Sourcetree 188.8.131.52
Hello! Could you please try the following:
Following GitHub convention path: USERNAME is equal to A (isn't it?).
I did it, nothing change: if A/B is the default account everithing work for A/B but not for B/A.
Here the error returned:
git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false fetch --prune origin
remote: Repository not found.
fatal: repository 'https://A@github.com/A/xyz/' not found
Completed with errors, see above.
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