Michael J Gruber <g...@drmicha.warpmail.net> writes:

> -z makes clean output only the names of paths which are or would be
> deleted, and separates them with \0.

My first reaction was: Is it not a job for "git ls-files"?

Actually, you already almost have it:

git clean -d  => git ls-files --exclude-standard --directory -o
git clean -dx => git ls-files -z --exclude-standard --directory -io

OTOH, the "git clean" without -d are not exposed directly AFAICT, and
the set of options of "git clean" may make more sense.

Matthieu Moy
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