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xcode stuck on "loading revision"

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The usual answers I have found online don't help.
(Mostly about deleting project.xcworkspace).

I can create a new app and it also gets stuck on "loading revision".
So I can't run the app, since "loading revision" never completes.

I haven't tried reinstalling xcode yet.

Any other ideas?
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