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how can I connect to remote repository in gitlab via sourcetree?

I've added a ssh key in my gitlab profile and tried to connect via sourcetree. as  new-> clone from URL. here I've entered the SSH URL of the repository in gitlab, and it says it's invalid repository URL. 

2f authentication enabled in gitlab. I'm using sourcetree version 2.7.1 in mac.

anybody has already similar issue? or anybody can help me?

 

Thanks

Jayraj

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Mar 30, 2018

Hi Jay! Sourcetree does not directly support GitLab as a hosting service. This request is tracked in SRCTREE-1037. While you can't browse remotes or utilize any other extended integrations you are able to clone the repo via URL and use the rest of Sourcetree without restriction. 

 

You're running into one of the known limitations of 2FA and SourceTree at the moment. Currently, SourceTree will use SSH to do most everything with Bitbucket except build a list of repositories. There is an open feature request here to allow application specific passwords, this would allow SourceTree to use that set of credentials and get the list of repositories. Until then, you'll need to manually add the repositories into SourceTree as it's not possible to authenticate with SourceTree to Bitbucket once 2FA is turned on.
You might want to try the solution provided at 2fa with Github in Sourcetree, but please keep in mind that those were designed for Github, not Gitlab, so they might not work in your case.

 

Hope that helps!

Ana 

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