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Unwanted trailing slash on remote repo source url (not a valid source url)

I have a GitHub repo that I'm trying to clone, and keep getting an error that the source URL is not valid. Looking at the error, Sourcetree is adding a trailing slash to the URL for some reason. How do I ask it to not? Thanks.

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Same here, have you found an answer? 

Similar issue in Fork client here suggest removing and adding again Github credentials This may be a git problem with bad error messaging, not sourcetree

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