Bad configuration for importing a distant git repository

Hi, I did not have set an Id and a password to import a distant git repository and now every time I click on the new repository, it tries to load but il stops at 75% approximatly, and it's logical.

I would like to know how to delete this repository or to stop it to avoid its loading, because I can't have any option to configure it.


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Hi Selanarfr,

If you can't remove using the UI, please raise an issue similar to get the Bitbucket team to manually remove the repostiory for you.



Hi, I have done as you said. I'm waiting for the answer.


Hi, they raised an internal issue and delete the repository. How do I close the question?

Hi Selanarfr,

If you like, you can accept my answer above as correct. Raising an issue is currently the best way to get this particular problem resolved.



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