I set up an repository. After an initial commit I noticed an error. So I thought it was the easiest just to delete the whole repository and set it up again one more time... I deleted the repo on bitbucket, then proceeded to delete the local repository in sourcetree. However I (dumb as sh't) thought it would only delete the repository entry in sourcetree and NOT my whole file structure! It's not in the recycle bin! Please don't tell me Sourcetree just deleted days and days of work and I can't revert it!
When you deleted the repository, SourceTree asks whether you want to delete the bookmark or the entire repository.
If you clicked "Delete Repositories on Disk", then SourceTree deleted them. I am very confident that it did not use the Recycle Bin. In my experience, most applications bypass the recycle bin if they delete files, so that's fairly typical, even though it may not be optimal.
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