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FUCKING SOURCETREE!!!!!!! HOW THE FUCK DO U MANAGE TO BREAK YOURSELF MORE AND MORE...

Got a new PC so had to reinstall and apparently there's a new version, new UI/UX.... works ok... fine... :(

Now after some autoupdates the Bitbucket URL isn't recognized and I need to get a new repo....

I copy the URL (sourcetree://...) from the button but then ST complains some stupid HTTPS SSL cert error..... FUCK!!!

Tried IE, doesn't recognize the URL....

Last resort... I look at the URL itself...
hm.... points to a *.git file

Ok lets use git shell on another repo and get the remote address...

ssh://git@....

FUCK U!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAD TO MANUALLY REVERSE ENGINEER AN SSH URL BECAUSE U CANT WORK WITH URSELF...

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  • 5
    This is something i noticed to with every update something new breaks

    I use gitkraken and the cli now for git
  • 0
    @FetzenNET but because in BitBucket, I don't think there's an easy way to get the ssh or git:// url from the repo page....
  • 0
    I actually like using the first version that originally came out. We were switching from SVN to Git...

    Team: OK, GIT CLI installed, now just get the Eclipse/* package so you can check stuff out.

    Me: there's ST, seems much better then installing plugins for each IDE

    Team: hey you're right! Works great.

    **Dumb updates**

    Me Now: 😒😤😰😡😠
  • 0
    @billgates gitkraken :)
  • 0
    @simus hardto setup and then seems doesn't work with our internal server...

    Strangely after the install though... SourceTree now plays nice again...
  • 1
    @billgates hard to setup? probably cause of your server also
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  • 0
    I'm glad to have everything built in in vs and tfs
  • 0
    I'm rarely an elitist prick, not a hardcore progammer wannabe that lives with the moto of vim is the only ide you'll ever need but with git I've ended using the command line only and gitk to check commit graphs. Every graphical tool that I tried to use git ended doing more harm than good. Dunno why
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