I'm very new to git, and so far I'm using it more like a system to back up 
files and transfer them from computer to computer, no branching or anything 
complicated yet. In one directory tree, most of my files are binary files, 
so git can't take advantage of storing only deltas and can't compress the 
files much. My database size has skyrocketed in the past month as a result. 
At the moment I really don't need versions of certain files or directories 
older than, say, 2 weeks. Is there a way to delete old history by that 
criteria (say anything before a specific date?).


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