I've been using Sourcetree with BitBucket for a project, but I'm no longer part of that project. Is there a way to unlink my SourceTree app from the remote repository so I don't see status on the project? I don't own the project so I can't just delete it from BitBucket.
Just for correct wording: it's not SourceTree which is connected to remote repository - it's your local git repository which is connected to your remote repository. SourceTree is just a graphical backend to commandline git with some additional features.
I haven't seen this feature (disconnect from repository) yet availble within SourceTree - but it's very easy done:
git remote remove <name>
with <name> is the name of your remote repository
via direct editing of the .git/config file. This is a simple INI-File.
Look for "remote" sections - like this one
[remote "<name>"] url = http://...... fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/<name>/*
and remove the section from INI-file - and save it - and you're done ...
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