For me on rc.14, it’s not a no-op, it toggles between the file list and an empty pane with no title.  High Sierra 10.13.6 here.

Marc Wilson

On Fri, Nov 9, 2018, at 11:18 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

On 9 Nov 2018, at 23:28, Nigel Chapman wrote:

I’ve seen this behaviour (rc.15 on Mojave and rc.14 on High Sierra) but only with a project that I’ve got stored on my iCloud drive. Which seems a bit odd. I don’t think it can be that the .git folder isn’t synching, because like Stefan says, all the Git bundle commands work fine, and the icons have the right badges in the file browser.

When you click the SCM button, is it a no-op or does the file browser show an empty list of files? And if the latter, does the header say anything?

Also, can you try open SCM status via File Browser menu (SCM Status ⇧⌘Y)? Just to be sure the issue is not just with the button, although that it’s a single project seems to indicate that it is not.

(Also odd, but off-topic, on my iMac running High Sierra, check for updates tells me I am up to date on rc14, but on my laptop running Mojave it tells me I am up to date on rc15.)

This is because rc.15 requires 10.14, so it does not show up as a candidate for 10.13.

I do expect to keep backwards compatibility for future builds, but some of the visual changes required for 10.14, I am not sure how they work before 10.14, so just to be safe, I made it require 10.14 while working on these things.

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