How can I remove untracked local files from my Git repository’s working tree?
We can accomplish this with
git clean. As this is a destructive operation, we should do a dry run first:
git clean -n
-n flag will print the names of the files and directories to be removed without actually deleting them. If we’re happy with the output of this command, we can run it again with the
-f flag in place of
git clean -f
To remove untracked directories as well as untracked files, we can add the
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