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I enroled CS50 this summer and it took me approximately all summer to finish it. Since I have time until January 1st to finish my final project, I didn't open my codespace again for a while. Now that I opened VS Code again, it seems that my codespace has been deleted automatically. I wanted to upload and submit my final project, but I need my codespace to do that... What should I do now?

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Your code should still be in the code50 repo.If you go to GitHub.com/code50/ you can create a new codespace and it will pull in the files.

The codespace is simply the container, not like the old IDE where the files were stored in it.

(courtesy of @Curiouskiwi)

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  • Thank You for your help. That was the answer of my question. BTW I just opened web based VS Code and there was no problem with my codespace so I used my old codespace and submitted my final project :)) (just I don't know why using the VS Code windows app, it said my codespace has been deleted but using web based VS Code, my codepsace was OK) Dec 30, 2022 at 15:00
  • exactly the same thing is happening to me the only difference I WAS USING THE CODESPACE ACTIVELY. I had submitted finance yesterday and right now i was coding on my final project but all of a sudden i see codespace is deleted or you don't have permission to view it. i can access my codespace on web like you but not o windows app. to top it all my entire code of project is lost as on web i don't see my project folder where i was coding. can anyone help me recover that code? Apr 1, 2023 at 6:34

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