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I have a problem with local repo: if I add a repository with "Add Working Copy" it seems to be ok, SourceTree tells me that it a git repository, but when I open it I have this error: "'git status' failed with code 128:'fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git".
What can I do?
The check when you provide a path to add as a working copy is actually quite rudimentary, it just checks for the presence of the .git folder. If git is failing when it's added and *real* git commands start being called on it, that means that the .git folder is a red herring and that it really isn't a git repo after all.