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?
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.
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 have the same exact issue with Sourcetree and when I go to Tools\Options\Git under Git Version, the "System" button is grayed out. I was just trying it out to see if I liked it better than GitHub Desktop and it seems like it might be but it is so much more difficult to get setup correctly and I lost my patients with it.
I give up for now but if somebody is able to help me on here I will give it another chance.
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