- Reset all tracked files and delete all untracked files even if they are included in the
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, including those in .gitignore.
- -f, --force
- Force the clean, with no warning to the user
- -h, --help, ?
- Display usage
Clears the repo, with user confirmation required.
$ git clear
Clears the repo, without user confirmation.
$ git clear -f
Written by Daniel ´grindhold´ Brendle <email@example.com>