env: node: No such file or directory

Every time I try to  commit, pull or push SourceTree app prompts this weird error. 
 
It started happening when I have changed my default node version on my NVM (node version manager) on my Mac.
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Git works just fine from the command line. So it is only on SourceTree
 

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The right answer is available here:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/140339/answers/32030983

@Nerijus Gudas any luck to solve this? Currently, i am facing this problem too.

Hi yes. @Dhairya Dhairya, it was my git hooks - i had custom git hooks that did check lint before allowing commit. Source tree couldn't handle custom feedback.

I removed all custom git hooks to fix this. Which was technically not solution, since I had to check linting manually. Source tree actually got to me. 

I switched to CLI git and started using "GitKreken" (pretty intersting ui). 

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