I have a directory containing a git repo as well as other unrelated files which I do not want tracked (its my home directory, sorry if this is bad practice--alternative recommendations for versioning bash profile and vim files are welcome!)
I can easily remove the .git directory, but that leaves me with all the tracked files in my directory. How do I delete all tracked files so I can completely remove the git repo and its relevant files, effectively "uncloning" or "uninstalling"?
In addition, after removing these files, how do I remove any directories that used to contain tracked files but are now empty?
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