I am trying to install Source Tree on a new Windows 10 computer. Everything appears to be going ok until I get the "licensing" step. I am asked to login using my Bitbucket Account or my Atlassian account.
If I chose Bitbucket account, I am totally unable to find a URI string that works. I have used the suggested format that I found on line but all of them are rejected for reasons related to the URI. I originally had a the Bitbucket account for evaluating SourceTree for the team I was on. I haven't used Bitbucket for over 5 years, since I have retired andI don't do any development that is worth sharing.
I thought SourceTree was supposed to be free for hobby developers. It isn't free if you can't get it to work.
When you're registering Sourcetree, you need to pay attention to something: you're asked to log in Using your Bitbucket Server account or your Atlassian account (in the case you're not a Bitbucket Server user; so if you use Bitbucket Cloud, Github or any other service, you should select this option).
Sourcetree is a product we offer for free for any kind of developers, hobby or professional. Not being able to make it work doesn't mean it's not free, it just means maybe you need a little help ;)
Let us know how it goes!
At this point I do not think the problem has been solved nor to I think the software can be called free to use if it can not be activated.
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