Today we are deprecating a Sourcetree-specific portion of the Atlassian Account sign-in API and it will be unreachable after 16 Oct 2019.
Where I work we use Subversion for source control. I really like Git, and I use the git-svn functionality so I use git locally against a shared subversion server. I am also using a Mac and prefer SourceTree as a frontend for my source control. It handles the git-svn stuff automatically and very nicely.
One year ago we shipped an all-new onboarding experience in 3.0 for both Mac and Windows powered by a Bitbucket login in your default browser. Prior to that, in early 2018, we tweaked the in-app registration process on Mac to use a new endpoint provided by the Atlassian Account team to achieve a more seamless experience. We are now migrating users away from this individual endpoint as it will allow their team to deliver a better Atlassian Account experience overall.
- Sourcetree Alternatives. Sourcetree is described as 'A powerful Mac and Windows client for Mercurial and Git distributed version control systems' and is a well-known app in the Development category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Sourcetree for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, Self-Hosted solutions and Node.JS.
- SourceTree 管理SVN 代码仓库讲述了从svn拉取代码到用Sourcetree打开项目的步骤。大概步骤如下： 1.安装Sourcetree过程中，需要输入官网登录的链接，和个人账号、密码 2.从SVN 用 git clone 项目下来 3.添加项目到sourcetree 4.修改代码 5.提交到服务器.
- Download and install the latest release of Sourcetree for Mac.
- If you are unable to do so for any reason, download an applicable 2.x release and then perform the following steps in Terminal to setup prior to launching the app:
- run defaults write com.TorusKnot.SourceTreeNotMAS agreedToEULA2 YES
- then defaults write com.TorusKnot.SourceTreeNotMAS EmailHash DeprecatedEndpoint2019
- finally defaults write com.TorusKnot.SourceTreeNotMAS completedWelcomeWizardVersion 3
There is no impact to existing installations of Sourcetree for Mac.
The following Sourcetree for Mac releases will require mitigation as noted above:
Svn To Git Migration Tool
Note: The registration and Atlassian Account portion of the Welcome Wizard will no longer complete after 16 Oct 2019.
To discuss this or any other Sourcetree topic please visit Atlassian Community.
Where I work we use Subversion for source control. Serials6pm bharya. I really like Git, and I use the git-svn functionality so I use git locally against a shared subversion server.
I am also using a Mac and prefer SourceTree as a frontend for my source control. It handles the git-svn stuff automatically and very nicely.
Sourcetree Svn Clone
The problem I have is that we use a nonstandard branching organization in subversion, but I want to be able to switch between different subversion branches inside of my local git repository. I couldn’t figure out how to do this for the longest time, and finally ran into a post somewhere that gave me enough of a hint to figure out how to make it work. It’s not pretty, and I may be doing some unnecessary bits, but it does seem to work. Here’s how I do it:
- Checkout the trunk subversion repository (using SourceTree) as a git repository.
- Open the configuration file at .git/config.
- Add a new remote section like this:
- On a command line, in the local git repo, run
- Refresh the view in SourceTree. You will now see git-svn-1.0 listed as a remote under Subversion. You can check out the remote branch as a local branch that tracks the remote branch.