I've been happily using git-svn to access our central svn repository.
I cloned using --stdlayout and so have the full history, branches,

Yesterday a major change occurred at the svn repository - it was
decided to replace the current trunk with a release branch i.e. the
trunk was renamed to a tag and the release branch renamed to trunk.

git-svn performed a rebase, after which a number of empty directories
were created. These seem to match directories that were in the the old
trunk but not in the new. Otherwise, the contents are correct.

I created a new clone using git-svn and that suffered from the same

Is there a way of 'resynching' git with svn to have git automatically
remove the directories? If not, how can I remove them from my local
repository without impact on future git-svn transactions?

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