I created a local git repository and committed a directory of files to
it successfully. I then altered one of the files and committed it
again. Then I did a git mv on the same file to a new file. All worked
as expected. Next I made a new local repository of this repository
with git clone. I noticed that the clone contained a copy of the OLD
file that I had git mv'd in the original repository. How can I avoid
obtaining a clone of files that were moved to new files in the
original repository?

In addition, how can I easily identify all files that are old moved
files within the clone?

-=> Gregg <=-

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