my sourcetree got some error when I try to open my repo:'git log' failed with code -1:'launch path not accessible
I am not sure whether I made a mistake in deleting some file to cause this thing, anyway ,now how can I do to solve this error?
If you reinstall Git (no need to uninstall it first, just start the installer again), any accidentally removed files will be put back. (In SourceTree, make sure you are using the system Git, not the embedded one. The option is in Tools\Options\Git.)
When you say you cleared trash, did that trash include ".git" folders? If so, you've deleted your repositories, and you'll have to re-clone then from your remotes. Your working copy should still be present, so you can use that to recover any changes that weren't pushed to the server.
I didn't have to reinstall git I just had to tell SourceTree what git executable to use. I'm on OSX Yosemite (10.10.3) with a Homebrewed git install so I opened SourceTree and navigated to SourceTree...Preferences and selected the Git Tab. I then clicked "Use System Git" and navigated to /usr/local/Cellar/git/2.3.5/bin/git.
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