Add SSH key support for push/pull to remote Git repository.
When using the 'Push to remote Git repository' feature in SC 126.96.36.199, add functional support for remote Git repositories that use SSH keys for authentication.
SQL Source Control 7 has now been released. In this version, SQL Source Control now uses the Git command line for all its Git interactions, which means it will support any Git authentication method that the command line supports. This includes SSH support. You’ll need to make sure you have your SSH key correctly configured for the Git command line to use.
You will need to ensure that you have Git.exe available in your system path – the easiest way to do this if you don’t already have Git installed is to download Git for windows (https://git-scm.com/download/win)
I need this for work :/
Warren Postma commented
Not only are ssh push not supported, you can't select which remote to push to. You ARE aware that Git allows (and frequently has) two or more remotes.
This would be nice as I currently have to do this from a different tool