How to remove local(untracked) files from the current Git working tree?

How to remove local(untracked) files from the current Git working tree?

How do you delete untracked local files from your current working tree?…


macos - How can I Remove.DS_Store files from a Git repository?

How can I remove those annoying Mac OS X.DS_Store files from a Git repository?…


How do I get a list of all unversioned files from SVN?

Sometimes you're developing and you decide to commit, forgetting you created a few files on your project. Then a few days down the line your buddy gets your build out of Subversion and complains that…


svn - Automatically remove Subversion unversioned files

Does anybody know a way to recursively remove all files in a working copy that are not under version control?(I need this to get more reliable results in my automatic build VMware.)…


Detecting Perforce unopened modified files

I'm trying to figure out a way to detect files that are not opened for editing but have nevertheless been modified locally. p4 fstat returns a value headModTime for any given file, but this is the ch…


Ignoring directories in Git repos on Windows

How can I ignore directories or folders in Git using msysgit on Windows?…



How to make git mark a deleted and a new file as a file move?

I've moved a file manually and then I've modified it. According to Git, it is a new file and a removed file. Is there any way to force Git into treating it as a file move?…


Git command to show which specific files are ignored by.gitignore

I am getting my feet wet on git and have the following issue: My project source tree:/|+--src/+----refs/+----... |+--vendor/+----... I have code(currently MEF) in my vendor branch that I will…


How do you get git to ignore all contents of a directory?

I have a git directory which contains the a whole bunch of files and then has a directory called 'sessions'. 'sessions' contains cookie information for my web.py program. I need the folder 'sessions…


Can I store the.git folder outside the files I want tracked?

I have an unusual idea to use git as a backup system. So let's say I have a directory./backup/myfiles and I want to back that up using git. To keep things clean I don't want to have a.git directory…




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