Git Commit works with XCode beta but not with normal version

I had/have Source Control working with Xcode 7.0 beta 5, but when I try to do a Commit in my newly installed Xcode 7.0 GM it won’t work. (The new Xcode 7.0 GM had replaced my previous Xcode 6.4 version, which never had Source Control working.) I get the error message The working copy "APP NAME" failed to commit files as is seen in the following image:

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    but for mine it does work in the beta Xcode version, just not in the standard version.

    I tried running the suggested command line commands as per this answer, but there was no noticeable difference. It seems like there must be some file I could edit or replace, but I don’t know where it is. Both of my Xcode versions use the same project folder.


    Typing git config --list inside the project directory I get the following (email changed, but correct):

    Again, I can make edits to the project in the standard Xcode but in order to update git I have to go back to the Xcode beta.

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    git config --list gives you local and global (and system) git configs.

    Check if is still registered in the local repo: git config --local -l

    If not, it is likely that the XCode7 beta consider a different $HOME, while your command line uses the regular HOME (in which you have a .gitconfig iwth your and

    Simply try and set those in your repo:

    cd /path/to/rpeo
    git config Suragch
    git config
    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.