At work we have an central git repository for our web app, and each developer has a clone of it on a VM where they do work. Is there a way to connect Source Tree to the remote repository without making a local clone of that repository?
It's not a Git GUI problem, it's a Git problem. The foundational, command-line software is the source of those errors. The developers of Git would probably tell you that trying to manage a git repository on network storage is exactly what git was designed to avoid, regardless of your specific situation. Regardless, someone could, theoretically, develop a Git GUI that connected to a remote server over SSH and issued Git commands there. I don't know of any though.
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