Passing to git clean wrong (non-existent) paths together with valid
ones, causes it to delete stuff that it shouldn't.
Am I right?
Script to reproduce:

mkdir test
cd test
git init .
mkdir ba
mkdir ba/ca

# So far so good.
# Should clean directory "ba/ca"
git clean -dn -- ba/ca

# Should clean "ba/ca" and ignore non-existent "j"
# Instead, it wants to delete "ba" totally.
git clean -dn -- ba/ca j

git --version


+ mkdir test
+ cd test
+ git init .
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/notroot/test/.git/
+ mkdir ba
+ mkdir ba/ca
+ git clean -dn -- ba/ca
Would remove ba/ca/
+ git clean -dn -- ba/ca j
Would remove ba/
+ git --version
git version


Tested on linux (version and cygwin (1.7.9)

Noam Lewis
Hadas Nahon
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