On Tue, 23 Aug 2005, Carl Baldwin wrote:

> The thing that this doesn't do is remove empty directories when the last
> file is deleted.  I once expressed the opinion in a previous thread that
> directories should be added and removed explicitly in git.  (Thus
> allowing an empty directory to be added).  If this were to happen then
> this case would get handled correctly.  However, if git stays with the
> status quo then I think that git-read-tree -u should be changed to
> remove the empty directory.  This would make it consistent.

I think that git-read-tree -u ought to remove a directory if it removes
the last file (or directory) in it.

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