Our company uses a local server, what every developer uses every day. We SSH to it and write the code there.
I would like to ask, if is it possible to use SourceTree to connect to this development server through SSH to apply git commands there?
Daniel S. (Mito Europe Ltd.)
It does really matter. SourceTree only runs local Git commands. Your devs could attempt to use SourceTree (or any other local Git client) by mounting their home directory on their local machine. However, many people have had significant problems with this type of setup, because Git is designed to work with truly local data.
Some questions I've participated in regarding this type of setup:
No, every developer has it's own account, and under the own home directory the own working copy. And we can use this server from outside. But this dowsn't really matter.
Is there a way to use this remote server from my local PC's SourceTree?
We tried ungit as an alternative, but it's not so reliable so we need a solution that could connect to this remote development server and use git there. Currently we can only use git commands from the terminal.
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