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For GIT/Mercurial users: SourceTree for Windows 1.6.1 – Now Available! (via: SourceTree Blog)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/08/20

via the SourceTree for Windows 1.6 – Now Available! | SourceTree Blog.

Make sure you download the 1.6.1 version as that is really the latest:

SourceTree 1.6


  • All new file status view
  • Improved diff view
  • New view configurations
  • Cleaner user interface
  • All new welcome wizard

SourceTree 1.6.1


  • SRCTREEWIN-1902: Fix crash bug when trying to create a new repo from hosted repos screen
  • SRCTREEWIN-1915: Fix a rare crash bug which could happen when closing/re-opening a repository
  • SRCTREEWIN-1894: Staging/unstaging will get ‘stuck’ and not refresh the file list if you turn on ‘always display full console output’ when performing these operations. The refreshing now happens regardless of whether that option is turned on or not.
  • SRCTREEWIN-1897: Fix a crash bug when listing Stash repos from hosted repos list.
  • Confirming removing files now shows the file names in a list so you know which files you’re removing
  • SRCTREEWIN-1909: Can now commit files if committing individually even if they’re at the root and not using staging (so either Mercurial, or no staging mode in Git)


via: SourceTree Release Notes.


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