I have a number of business repositories at my company's account, but I also have a few personal repositories with a different login.
After I added my company account I cannot access my personal repositories unless they are public. I understand this is an issue with SourceTree, possibly able to circumvent using keys..
Is there no way to use two different accounts? As SourceTree does support adding multiple accounts.
If you're trying to use the extended integration, you should be able to add multiple accounts in the Hosted Repositories dialog.
If you are just using github as a simple remote git repo, there shouldn't be any reason why you couldn't have repositories with different credentials.
Thanks, but any idea why this is a problem?
I can add multiple accounts in Hosted Repositories, but another discussion suggested that there may be an error in handling them.
I can access my personal repositories if I make them public, which suggests that my path / location is correct.
And I can access my company's private repositories without problem, which suggests that accessing private repositories is not a problem.
Further, if I set my repository as public, clone, update a file, commit and push.. I get an error that my company's users is not allow access.. even though my personal account is set as default, and the repository is cloned using my personal account information.
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