Check out popular companies that use SourceTree and some tools that integrate with SourceTree. Nginx as web server (preferably used as facade server in production environment) SSLMate. Bitbucket gives teams one place to plan projects, collaborate on code, test. The Bitbucket Server Backup Client contains two command-line programs that can be used to backup and restore a Bitbucket Server. The backup client generates a full backup of a Bitbucket Server. The command-line tool is easily scriptable and is intended for use in regular, scheduled backups.
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This was the use case provided by Robert Hobkirk from SSP-37927, I'm creating on behalf of the Robert as Robert was restricted from creating the bug ticket on JAC for SourceTree
There appears to be an issue during the SourceTree registration process whereby users can't register with SSO for Bitbucket Server.
Sourcetree lfs. Install Sourcetree, a free Git GUI client that comes bundled with Git LFS. Once git-lfs is on your path, run git lfs install to initialize Git LFS (you can skip this step if you installed Sourcetree): $ git lfs install Git LFS initialized. You'll only need to run git lfs install once. Sourcetree supports Git LFS, allowing teams to track large assets in one single place. Git-flow out of the box Smart branching with Sourcetree and Git-flow, keeping repositories clean and development efficient.
Our users don't have access to their passwords for logging in to BitBucket and instead we need to be able to register with SSO. This appears to be missing and means that our users can't register and therefore are unable to use SourceTree.
Am I missing something, or is this functionality missing? I've reported this as a bug since it's a regression from earlier versions of SourceTree.
I've checked the Getting Started docs (https://confluence.atlassian.com/get-started-with-sourcetree/install-sourcetree-847359094.html) but they still show the earlier version of SourceTree.
To reproduce - install SourceTree, follow the registration process and click BitBucket Server. There is no SSO option here and it requires a Username / Password.
- Baskar Annamalai (Inactive)
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Developer efficiency is always top mind for the Bitbucket team and we’re constantly looking at ways to get you up and coding as quickly as possible. For example, knowing so many of you use Sourcetree as your Git client of choice meant it was a no-brainer for us to add a ‘Clone in Sourcetree’ button as you browse through your repositories inside the product.
We’ve been looking at ways to expand this type of functionality and today we’re excited to announce support for Xcode. It’s simpler than ever to open the code found in Bitbucket Cloud or Bitbucket Server in Xcode – as long as your repository contains a .xcodeproj or .xcworkspace file a new ‘Clone in Xcode’ button will now appear.
And it’s easy to get the button working with the newly announced Xcode 10 – simply add your Bitbucket Cloud or Bitbucket Server credentials in Xcode and away you go:
Once set up, clicking on the “Clone in Xcode” button will launch Xcode and prompt you for a location on your local machine to clone the repository to.
Sourcetree Connect To Bitbucket Server
Give the new integration a try and let us know what you think!
Sourcetree Bitbucket Server Settings
Using Bitbucket Server? This integration is available from 5.11 onwards. For those using versions 4.0 – 5.10, you can install it via Atlassian Marketplace.