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What version of "libssh2" does Sourcetree use?

My site is on Acquia Cloud and we ustilize Sourcetree to move code up to the site.  On November 12, Acquia is removing Github support for algorithms used by all versions of libssh2 below 1.7.0.   Version 1.8.0 has been out since 2016 and it would stand to reason that by now, Sourcetree would use this library, but I need to ask.

Kind Regards,

David Hannum

Ohio University

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minnsey Atlassian Team Nov 02, 2018

Sourcetree relies on the version of openSSH bundled with Git for Windows, which I believe comes via its MingW/Msys bundle.

As such it depends what version of Git you are running.

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