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Working Locally Against Remote Git Folder SSH

Hi All,

I have I think a bit unusual question.. I guess that it's not supported but maybe I'll be surprised :)
I'm used to work with SourceTree for long time, and I recently joined a new company which allows developers to work with their own ec2 instance for development.

The process is that each developer pulls all repository to that ec2 machine, and can ramp up the whole environment with docker-compose up locally on that ec2 machine.

VS Code has out of the box ability to connect to a remote ssh, which allows executions of all git operations on that remote folder via their own source control UI extensions.

I was wondering if such a thing can be done using SourceTree.


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