> From: lgp8...@gmail.com
> I want to rm a directory from the repository. I use "git rm dirname", but 
> it didn't work. Somebody help me!

I'm not sure what problem you're seeing, but (according to the man
page) you can't remove a directory with "git rm dirname", you have to
do "git rm -r dirname".  Basically Git doesn't track directories, it
tracks files, and you have to tell Git to remove all files under that
directory name, and it won't do that without "-r".


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