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Unable to see new name of a stash renamed from command-line.

Using the following method to rename a stash,, the new name is not reflected in SourceTree - version

I've tried the following:

1) View - Refresh

2) Repository - Refresh Remote Status

3) Do a fetch all with prune

4) Remove and add back in repository to SourceTree

5) Stash some new changes and then remove them

Old stash name still persists.

Doing a "git stash list" I can see the new name from the command line.


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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jul 10, 2018

Hello! Could you try disabling Libgit2 support under "Options > Git" and see if that does anything? Thanks!

Yes, did as you said and after restart the new name appeared :) Thanks

Notice that it refreshes the stashes when I refocus now (spinner beside STASHES item on sidebar - don't think this happened before, but might be mistaken). That's cool too, but just thought I'd let you know.

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