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Create new build for each new GitHub repo even if name matches a prior build

Given I'm testing deployment of a new site, I don't want to use a unique project name for each iteration so that I can keep my .yml settings the same.
Scenario: I use terminus project:build: create. A Pantheon site, a GitHub repo, a circleCI build are all created. The build fails. I ssh to the build and mess with stuff until I debug. I add those tweaks into my code. I delete Pantheon site, GitHub repo, and stop building on circleCI. I run terminus project:build: create. I want a brand new build on circleCI that has no history from the prior project.
It appears that circleCI uses the repo name as the UID and exhumes the dead project. I would rather get a brand new build with no history so that I don't carry any manual ssh tweaks on circleCI forward.
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  • Mar 25 2018
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