I installed SourceTree 1.6.25 on my work computer this morning (fresh install). Upon trying to "clone new" Bitbucket repository, i received the following error:
git-remote-https.exe - entry point not found
The procedure entry point SSL_CTX_set_alpn_protos could not be located in the dynamic link library
I've searched my machine for older copies of libcurl-4.dll and no copires are found. I checked the system path for anything suspicious. I've done extensive google searching and I haven't found any answers to this issue.
This error is preventing me from cloning any repository. How do I fix this?
I've been struggling with similar issue where a fresh install of SourceTree on a different PC failed to clone with an error saying it couldn't find a DLL (specifaclly LIBEAY32.dll). It is all installed and working correctly on another PC. Eventually I found that 37 DLL's are in: C:\Users\myName\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\git_local\mingw32\bin
But they should also be found at:
After a Copy 'n' paste of all 37 DLL's into the git-core folder and it is now working. Hope this helps someone.
Thank you very much.
I've had problem with different dll and the copy 'n paste solve my problem.
My problem was: The procedure entry point EVP_aes_128_ctr could not be located in the dynamic link library, in the library libssh2-1.dll.
I'm just putting here the message and dll to facilitate others who has the same problem.
Again. Thank you.
I temporarily resolved this issue the same way as Dwayne by not using the built in Git client. I also do not have libcurl.dll in the windows folders above. Some posts I read on other sites said Office 365 (which I have installed) may be causing a conflict. I just installed the latest the SourceTree update and this did not solve the problem. I have not received any information on a fix. This problem is currently unresolved for me. The embedded Git client still will not work.
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