Gar, got caught by the 'reply-to' going to Tony only...


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On Fri, Aug 12, 2005 at 10:31:17AM -0700, Luck, Tony wrote:
 > I've just got around to noticing some of the new (to
 > me) features in git, and started experimenting with
 > branches.

Seems a good day to learn new features, I was completely
unaware of git-ls-files somehow.

My git snapshot creator that builds the hourly tarballs at
currently does an rsync, and then a checkout, and finally
it cleans up by removing all the checked out files.
It currently does this by hand, but on learning about
this 'new' command, I thought, cool, now I can do..

git-ls-files | xargs rm -rf

however, this then leaves a bunch of empty subdirs, as
git-ls-files doesn't list the subdirs by themselves in
the output.  Am I missing some other option ?


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