Sourcetree Path

One path assumes that you have experience using a command line interface, and the other path uses the Sourcetree graphical client. If you are not experienced with a command line, we highly suggest that you go through the Sourcetree path. Eventually, you might want to go through both paths, so that you can decide which tool to use for specific.

  • Download SourceTree at https. Enter the URL to your repository and the path to your local folder. For easier access to your repositories leave the bookmark check box checked. Checking out the full TYPO3 Core repository might take some time, please be patient.
  • SRCTREE-2734: Add/link subtree dialog now generates a relative path when using the folder selector and warns you if you're using an absolute path; SourceTree 2.0.4 - Bugfix release 19 December 2014 Bugfixes. Update embedded Git to version 2.2.1 and embedded Mercurial to version 3.2.3 to address the CVE-2014-9390 vulnerability.

(Note: These are the steps for a Windows installation of SourceTree. Not sure if there are differences for a Mac installation.)

Generate/Load SSH Keys:

1. Open SourceTree.

2. Pick “Create or Import SSH Keys” under “Tools” tab.

3. Keep default settings on new window and select “Generate” and follow instructions to generate SSH key pair.

4. Save both the public and private key.

5. Open your system tray and select Pageant (the icon of a computer wearing a fedora).

6. Click “Add Key” and select the private key you generated.

7. If the repository you want to clone is on an online hosting service, then copy public key and add to your site profile.

Clone Repository:

1. Pick “Clone / New” under “File” tab.

2. Copy SSH clone URL from repository to the line “Source Path / URL”.

3. Select desired Destination Path and Name.

4. Click “Clone”.

5. You’re done! The repo may take a while to clone, so a bit of patience is required.

(Note: These are the steps for a Windows installation of SourceTree. Not sure if there are differences for a Mac installation.)

Generate/Load SSH Keys:

1. Open SourceTree.

Sourcetree Path

2. Pick “Create or Import SSH Keys” under “Tools” tab.

3. Keep default settings on new window and select “Generate” and follow instructions to generate SSH key pair.

4. Save both the public and private key.

5. Open your system tray and select Pageant (the icon of a computer wearing a fedora).

Sourcetree

6. Click “Add Key” and select the private key you generated.

7. If the repository you want to clone is on an online hosting service, then copy public key and add to your site profile.

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Clone Repository:

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1. Pick “Clone / New” under “File” tab.

2. Copy SSH clone URL from repository to the line “Source Path / URL”.

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3. Select desired Destination Path and Name.

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4. Click “Clone”.

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Mysql workbench xampp. 5. You’re done! The repo may take a while to clone, so a bit of patience is required.