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I'm using SourceTree on a Mac.
I'm trying do add an account under preferences -> accounts.
I've selected GitHub Enterprise for the Host.
The Auth Type field below says Basic and is greyed out, not able to be changed.
If I instead select just GitHub, it does allow me to select OAuth instead of Basic auth type.
Why is that? Is there a technical reason why SourceTree does not support OAuth for GitHub enterprise? I would find that surprising. Or is it just a commercial restriction because GitHub enterprise is a competitor to BitBucket? But I don't see anything about that on the website. Is there a version of SourceTree that does support it?
Using Basic auth type fails with a "Password authentication is not available for Git operations", even using my personal access token as the password.
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Here's the solution with Token