Is it possible to programmatically create SourceTree repository?

I would like to automatically create a new SourceTree repository when creating a new project using a Visual Studio template.  I know I can use command line git to create the local repository, but I would like to allocate the repository within SourceTree, assign the repository to a grouping and configure the default remote... basically automating the work that the developer would be doing.

Is such a thing possible within SourceTree?  If not, is there any way to do it 'behind the scenes', ie by manipulating the SourceTree configuration?

Thanks!

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This blog post lists some features that can be run from the command line, but it doesn't look like any are what you're looking for: https://blog.sourcetreeapp.com/2014/01/29/sourcetree-for-windows-1-4-released/

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