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Nawap15033yUse git GUI!
It's best for windows!
I mean not bad as the git bash, but sometimes git bash way useful
It's like paradox!
Well I am on windows and I do have an SSH key and I can use that to push and pull over SSH.
Well I've never had any permission issues. Are you sure you're not trying to put your repo into a system area?
SSH server. Running on windows? Dafuq.
Well why don't you use a git server on the prod server? Like gogs for example. You could have the deployment procedure in triggers to be called on push.
I do not understand. For me the only difference is that windows has support for the free SourceTree, and linux has nice autocomplete and git status in my prompt.
Windows worked with keys just fine, and everything else as well.
And even with the terminal, I just used linux subsystem for the missing features.
tahnik403963yNothing you said makes any sense. The git credentials saves your credentials and you normally never have to type it again. As others mentioned, never had permission errors either. You can use git bash for ssh.
What are you talking about dude!
spacem19303yI had similar and I think because I check out with someoneelse@xxx... it always asks for the password so I did fresh clone and was fine. Windows does have some issue with file in use error and I get problems sometimes where checkouts fail. I think *nix file systems handle file pointers better so you can have a file open and move or delete the directory entry without any error because the file and directory entry are two different things.
This sounds like more of an IT/company based issue. After about 2 years of using git across windows, linux and even macOS I haven't had any of these issues nor anyone I've worked alongside with. Try talking to IT to see whether they have set any firewall rules or something