When I push the commit, I see master and origin/master for SourceTree v2.0.19.1.

I was using v1.6.22 up until yesterday. Today, I updated it to the v2.0.19.1.

 

When I push the commit with v2.0.19.1, I see the following options:

- local_branch: master, remote_branch: master

- local_branch: origin/master, remote_branch:

 

With v1.6.22, I was seeing the 1st option only.

 

With branch list, I see the following:

- branch: master, type: local

- branch: origin/master, type: local

- branch: origin/master, type:remote

 

Is this a bug for v2.0.19.1? Or a new feature after v1.6.22?

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Hi Yasuhiko! That's a bug and was reported at SRCTREEWIN-7056, it will be fixed in version 2.1. Please watch that ticket to be notified of further updates. 

Cheers :)

Ana

Hi, Ana.

 

Thank you for your information.

I will watch the ticket.

 

Sincerely yours.

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