On Thu, 09 Jun 2011 14:23:13 +0100
gvim <gvi...@gmail.com> wrote:

> My use of Git on a personal project has lapsed for a couple of weeks.
> Files have been moved around and many deleted. Haven't been using Git
> for that long so wonder what is the state of my repository re deleted
> files and how to clean things up. `git status' shows a lot of
> unstaged deletions but I can't be sure it's complete.
Define "complete".

Also I did not see the question here.  What do you want to achieve?
Make manually deleted files to be deleted from the point of view of Git
as well?  Then do what Git tells you to do when you run `git status`
(it tells you to call `git rm` for those missing files).

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