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Clean sensitive files from GIT Repo

By: Chris Dunn on Tue May 7, 2019 (3 min read)

Have you ever committed sensitive or at least unwanted files to a GIT repo?  You thought the file was ignored or unstaged and pushed your changes.  That's one problem with the nice GUI git desktops and IDE integrations.  It's easy to just push the button without thinking.  I find this is most often done at the beginning of projects before you're fulling thinking about the details of Source Code Management. So we accidentally commit a password.txt file or a configuration file config.json with pas ...

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