Did SourceTree lose the ability to clone local repositories?

I frequently cloned local repositories in SourceTree for Mac as part of my workflow.  However, I have been looking for the ability to do so in SourceTree 2.0.3 for Mac - without success.  I miss it, even though I might eventually find a work-around (or I could use the command line - but that's what SourceTree is for).

Am I just missing it or is it no longer there?  And if it's no longer there, it that intentional?  And if it's intentional, what, please what, might be the reason?



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Use file://localhost urls.



Thank you! Not an obvious way to do this, although it makes sense syntactically. I appreciate your quick help!

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