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    GitHub endlessly churning

    Hi guys

    I have set up my dev environment with VS2013 and everything works fine so far.

    The only exception is GitHub. When I navigate to my local repository, GitHub displays the "Loading changes..." message - seemingly forever (I've let it run for over 10 hours).

    Does anyone have an idea why this could be?

    Cheers,
    Michael
    VFX & AI
    http://www.team-imx.com

    #2
    Very disappointing this post did not get a response. I experience the same issue. Tried reinstalling and completing wiping my 'github for windows' cache. But no dice. Looks like I will be sticking with the source .zip files
    Godz for UT '99 / UT 2003

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      #3
      I've also had this happen on occasion.

      It also regularly becomes unresponsive for minutes at time while sitting on 13-20% CPU usage and using up to 1GB of ram whenever I try and scroll in the repository info window (history, uncommitted files etc).

      Sounds like its crunching away on something :P

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        #4
        I have the very same issue. I'm just using console to status and pull git and everything is fine. I think their windows gui client is a pile of **** and it can't handle such big projects.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Shockwave-peter View Post
          I have the very same issue. I'm just using console to status and pull git and everything is fine. I think their windows gui client is a pile of **** and it can't handle such big projects.
          QFT. Github for windows is an abomination. Use command line, or another git client.

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            #6
            Thanks a lot guys!
            Godz for UT '99 / UT 2003

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              #7
              To anyone who's looking for a free and fully featured alternative to the GitHub app I suggest taking a look at SourceTree (no need to install Git separately).
              Contact: enlight in #unrealengine IRC channel on Freenode, or @macagonator on Twitter

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                #8
                Cool, downloading it now
                Godz for UT '99 / UT 2003

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