This post will show you how to refresh “REMOTES” branches status in your SourceTree.
What is “REMOTES”?
Can you try the following steps: Wipe SourceTree preferences. Uninstall SourceTree (if it shows on the App&Features list) Backup then delete the directory below before proceeding with next step Navigate to C:UsersAppDataLocal. Navigate to C:UsersAppDataLocal. With SourceTree 18.104.22.168 and windows 10, it uses manager-st for credential.helper. How do I clean up the cache this manager-st uses? I have problem with authentication to remote HTTP repository. Here is my problem with pull operation: git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false -c c.
If you open SourceTree, you will see it at the left side as below screenshot. This “REMOTES” section lists all remote branches of the repository.
Why do we need to refresh “REMOTES” status in SourceTree?
Assuming that all members of your team are working in a repository. One day, a member of your team deleted a remote branch in the repository and other members should get a refresh on their SourceTree’s “REMOTES” to know that, that branch was deleted. To do this, let’s see the below guide.
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How can we refresh “REMOTES” status in SourceTree?
To do this, we simply do the following:
Sourcetree Clear Cache Mac
- Open your SourceTree
- Click “Fetch” and check “Prune tracking branches no longer present on remote(s)“
Sourcetree Clear Cache Windows 10
Starting Tuesday, May 9th, we will be supporting SourceTree through the new Atlassian Community.
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In the past we focused on providing support to SourceTree users with their various setup and configuration issues via support.atlassian.com. Analysing many of these resolutions, we realised that the nature of these support requests didn’t necessitate private contact and the community as a whole could benefit from this knowledge being made public. As a result, we’re dedicating our support staff to focus on offering the same support you know and love via Atlassian Community instead.
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