On Monday, October 1, 2012 3:40:01 PM UTC+2, sourabh pare wrote:
> TortoiseGit 188.8.131.52 & git version 1.7.10 | OS : windows xp - sp2
Can you do the following:
* Uninstall TortoiseGit
* Uninstall Git
* Re-install the latest released version (1.7.11) of Git from
The above download points to the same one you get
at http://msysgit.github.com/ - Git for Windows.
Try to re-create the problem using this vanilla install of Git for WIndows,
preferably using the Git Bash window like this (with the correct repo url):
git clone ssh://serverstring
If the problem goes away, it could be a problem in TortoiseGit, and you
should report the error to that project.
If the problem persists, you should report it to the msysGit mailing
as they have discussed problems like this before, and they might know what
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