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I am using a Bitbucket repo (containing a Visual Studio Solution) that has LFS enabled, but I don't believe it needs LFS.
I've checked in Repository Settings > Git LFS and it lists a single entry - the 'bin' folder. As I believe is normal in a Visual Studio project, the bin folder is not part of the repo
How do I remove the LFS please?
Hey @Michael Holmes
If you wish to delete the LFS file in your repository, navigate to the Repository settings > Git LFS and click the "..." drop-down on the right side of the files, then click Delete files.
This will delete the LFS files from your repositories, but if you have the features enabled locally and track, it may re-upload the files in the future. So please ensure the files are not tracked in your .gitattributes
You can also untrack the files with the following git commands:
git lfs untrack "<pattern>"
I hope this helps.