I accidentally checked in a test file with credentials in the code. I'd like to remove it completely from the Git repository, so that all history of the file is gone. Can this be done?
Heh, I love git. My initial response was "No, that sounds completely wrong! I don't want to filter a branch!" But you are correct, that seems to be what I want. Only one problem - I don't know how I would run this command on the BitBucket repository. Shell access is not allowed via SSH, and when I do this on my local repository, it doesn't show up as a change to push to origin.
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