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Accidentally deleted repros - maybe?

Andreas Jakobsson
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March 13, 2024


I might have messed up - or am just entirely ignorant (which is also true :-) I was installing SourceTree to link all different repros from years back and managed to link them fine. But then for some reason I managed to delete the Bitbucket linking - but just added it back again. But lo and behold, then all the repros where gone - also when I logged in to the webpage. Did I manage to delete all repros with a single click there - or am I just doing something stupid? And if I did, is there a way to recreate them?



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March 13, 2024

Hi Andreas,

It is far more likely you are logged in using the wrong email account, I would suggest attempting to login to Bitbucket through the UI using each email account that you have access to, to see if you are able to locate your repositories. At this stage, there are 0 repositories tied to the workspace that is associated with the email account you have raised this community post using.

Another possibility - you mentioned that these repositories were years old - they wouldn't have happened to be Mercurial (hg) repositories were they? If so these were deleted quite some time ago as we sunsetted Mercurial support in 2020, these would not be recoverable:

Lastly, I'd suggest checking any remote configurations/GIT config using a terminal to see if you can pull any information about these missing repositories that may assist with locating them:

git remote -vvv
git config --list

Hope this helps.

- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support)

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