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  1. Sourcetree For Mac
  2. SRCTREE-1295

If the remote Git repository has two branches that only differ by case, only 1 is displayed in SourceTree

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      On my remote Git repository, one user pushed a branch in all upper-case: origin/INTEGRATION. I pushed my local branch to origin/integration. In Source-tree, only origin/integration is visible.

      > git ls-remote

      shows both branches.

      shouldn't SourceTree show all the branches in the repository?

      If not, could SourceTree detect branches that only differs by case and handle that situation in a more user friendly way; it could inform the user about the situation (warning that there's a naming collision) and offer an option to rename/delete one of the branches?

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            mmangier Malik Mangier (Inactive)
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