sourcetree builtin git

Can I use SourceTree's built in Git like a normal git (throw command line or for IDE)?
And where I can found it (`git.exe`) if I have installed SourceTree on Windows 7 ? 

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I believe you can use the embedded Git like normal because for the most part SourceTree is just a UI to use the embedded Git.

I have never used it for other IDEs.

But in case you want to try it's located at.

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\git_local

 

Or where your user directory is located at.

The reason is that I can't install git: issue on github

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