Manual Reference Pages - GIT-CLEAR (1)
git-clear - Rigorously clean up a repository
Clears the repository to a state that it looks as if it was freshly cloned with the current HEAD. Basically it is a git-reset --hard together with deletion of all untracked files that reside inside the working directory.
Clears the repo.
Written by Daniel 'grindhold' Brendle <email@example.com>
| ||GIT-CLEAR (1) ||December 2015 |
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