Remove directory from remote repository after adding them to .gitignore

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If you want to remove directory from remote repository after adding them to .gitignore? Use the following steps:

I’d do it with cherry-pick -n (–no-commit) which lets you inspect (and modify) the result before committing:

If the vast majority of modifications are things you don’t want, instead of checking out individual paths (the middle step), you could reset everything back, then add in what you want:


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