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I configured the git bash shell on windows 7 following GitHub help to start a ssh agent, because I don't want to type every time the passphrase for my ssh key.
I added to that configuration, in
These lines add the environment variables to windows user profile.
So the git executable, configured in SublimeGit, can read the variables and use the correct protocol.
Firstly I start the bash shell and then I start SublimeText editor.
Now SublimeGit works perfectly.
You may add a quick note for windows users using ssh passphrase.
SublimeGit may start a ssh agent, if it is not running, and set the ssh variables.
I will look into this. It might be possible to add some settings to sublimegit which can handle this, but it might also be too specific a situation or outside the scope of what SublimeGit does (i.e. managing ssh-agent etc.).
In any case, i'll be sure to at your method to the documentation.
I have added more information about ssh-agent and windows 7 here: https://docs.sublimegit.net/troubleshooting.html#nothing-happens-when-pushing-pulling-or-fetching-from-a-remote