Removing a Repository

At any time, you can remove a repository from Quality. Before doing so, keep the following in mind:

  • Open Source: If the repository was added to Quality by clicking Add Open Source Repo, removing a repo will remove it for all Quality users.

  • Teammates: All members of your organization will lose access to the repository, not just you.

  • No Undo: Removing a repository is permanent. All of the Quality metadata associated with your repository (e.g., quality and test coverage analysis history) will be permanently erased. A removed repository can be added back to Quality at any time, but it will treated as a brand new repository.

  • No Effect on Source: Removing a repository has no effect on the repository outside of Quality.

How To

You must be an Admin of your GitHub repo to perform the steps outlined below

  1. From your Dashboard, choose the repository and choose the Settings tab from the repo's main navigation list.

  1. Click Remove Repo.

  1. At the pop-up confirmation, confirm your decision and wave goodbye.