Feb 06, Building on @VonC's answer, deleting the repo's nodes (by clicking"OK" in SourceTree's dialog window - shown above) from SourceTree doesn't remove the repo from your disk, unless you want it to. To do so, you have to manually click"Also Move To Trash" as shown below.
To just delete the repo from SourceTree, you just click"Remove Bookmarks". Jul 08, Basically, this command gets rid of the stumpmulching.bar folder that’s created when you create stumpmulching.bar repositories.
When you get rid of this folder, Sourcetree will no longer recognize the repository associated with that folder.
Step 1: Create a Git repository.
The downside is that if you have other local repositories that you have created in the same location, you will lose them as well. Aug 04, Step 1: Navigate to your project stumpmulching.bar Step 2: Go to the settings option on the top right corner like the image above, and navigate down to the danger zone Step 3: Go and click on the delete this repository.
Jul 06, Can you try the following steps: Wipe SourceTree preferences. Uninstall SourceTree (if it shows on the App&Features list) Backup then delete the directory below before proceeding with next step. Navigate to C:\Users\\AppData\Local and delete SourceTree & SourceTree-Settings Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.
Feb 26, Solution. Click on the"Settings" button on the toolbar to open the Repository Settings window.
I mean, like, I remove unwanted local repositories all the time!
Click"Add" to add a remote repository path to the repository. A"Remote details" window will open. Enter a name for the remote path. Enter the URL/Path for the remote repository.