> From: joeriel...@gmail.com
> At some point I added a large file into a git repository.  
> It now exists on multiple branches, possibly with some 
> changes to it.  I'd like to remove it from git, but leave its 
> current form (say the one on the master branch) on the 
> file system.

You've figured out how to remove it from the repository.  To keep a
copy around, I would extract it explicitly with "git cat-file" and put
it somewhere outside of the working copy before doing "git


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