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Why is SourceTree not showing the remote repository on OS X?


I'm using SourceTree on OS X and Windows. While on Windows im able to query all remote repositories im not on OS X.

Using Bitbucket Server 5.0.1

Sourcetree v. 2.6.3 (osx)

Sourcetree v. (win)

Has anyone else experienced this issue?


Best regards,


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Atlassian Team
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Oct 06, 2017

You aren't seeing any remotes in the Repository Browser or you are only seeing a sub-set of all remotes?

Screenshot 2017-10-11 um 15.15.15.png

I can see no repository at all in OS X. But using the "new" button, I am able to create remote repositories and I can see the Projects which are available on the server.

In the Windows Version I can see all my repositories (using the same credentials).

I'm seeing similar behavior.  I have a two remotes assigned to my repository: origin and upstream.  When I try to do a pull, origin shows up in the dropdown but not upstream.  Both remotes are defined in my config files.

It's driving me crazy.

i had the same problem and now have the same problem....

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