I just set up a Bitbucket Server (V6.7), but I can't view my remote repositories in Sourcetree (V3.2.6). I can manually clone from Bitbucket using the clone address and I am able to authenticate to my Bitbucket server from sourcetree. It does not matter if "Show Organization Repos" is checked or not. Does anyone know why this might be happening? I Currently have 3 projects and 6 repositories in Bitbucket and none of them show up.
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Yes, I own the repositories on the server and I also have successfully authenticated my Bitbucket account with Sourcetree, so I know that it can see the server. I recently added another project in Bitbucket and now the first project is showing up as a remote, but none of the others are.
Not that I know of. I just tried the newest version again last week and it hasn't been resolved.
After profiling the requests from sourcetree to my bitbucket server, I found that the web API calls from the newer versions of sourcetree changed a bit. Bitbucket server still returns the correct repositories when I would send the older API calls, but doesn't with the newer ones.
I then upgraded my server to the latest version of Bitbucket to see if the API changed. However, no, it still responds the same.
I've been meaning to create a support ticket, but have not had the time yet.
Sourcetree version 3.1.3 seems to be the latest version that works correctly.
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