We are using Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 3 as our Git Server and SourceTree to manage our Repositories with Git Flow.
Two of our (14) developers cannot push changes from their local /develop-branch to origin. Both get this error log:
Now I've done some research and testing and this is what I've found out:
Do you have any idea how to solve this problem?
I think your problem is with TFS doing something in a non-standard way, try asking on a MS forum.
Another thing that might be worth looking at is the core.autocrlf setting in the people's .gitconfig files. If the one/two people have a different setting than the rest, this might be connected. (As far as I know, this is the only client-side setting that could be relevant.)
I had this exact problem and never did find a solution. Except, until I ran across your question and saw that while you couldn't push from SourceTree (I couldn't push from console either), you *could* push from Visual Studio - which I hadn't thought to try. I tried, and it worked! Thank you.
I am glad this post did help you. Neither did I find a better solution yet. But today I have learned that after pushing (/resolving the problem) from Visual Studio, you are able to push from SourceTree again. Strangely, it seems to be a temporary issue.
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