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I'm having issues while trying to finish a release with sourcetree 2.7.6 on macOs High Sierra (10.35.5). Getting this error message:
fatal: could not read Password for 'https://[accountName]@bitbucket.[domain.com]': Device not configured
Fatal: Could not fetch release/1.0.3 from origin.
Anyone any experience in resolving this issue? Version 2.7.3 seems to have the same problem. Pulling/pushing/... is working correctly.
Thanks in advance,
Even though I found this annoying initially, once I worked out that git-flow is actually just a bash script, and that I could find it in the SourceTree app area (on my mac: /Applications/SourceTree.app/Contents/Resources/git_local/gitflow/git-flow) - then I have just started using the command line on my repos a lot more. I still love the way a GUI like SourceTree shows me quickly exactly what changes have been made (as opposed to just the files). And if course being able to see a visual representation of the commit trees is great too, but overall I'm glad to be getting a lot better at using git in the terminal.
Since the last release, we experience the same problem when trying to finish a feature (using Git Flow > Finish Current):
fatal: could not read Username for 'https://gitlab.com': Device not configured
Fatal: Could not fetch feature/xxx from origin.
Sourcetree 2.7.6 / macOs High Sierra
Hi Koen! To which service are you connecting? Have you connected your account already following the steps at Connect your account?
For troubleshooting purposes, have you performed the same operation from the command line? What is the result?
I have had the exact same issue as you. Trying to finish a release on macOS High Sierra after updating to 2.7.6 SourceTree and no luck.
I've spent so much time updating the BitBucket server and resetting passwords but no luck.
This has happened before too so I should have remembered.
The command line worked for me too, and now I can use SourceTree again.