Hi, I created a repository and I didn't forget to add *.war and *.java to .gitignore file. Now the repository hava growth and my .git file is about 500 megabytes. I search and test some solution and they aren't working for me. I don't want solution to solve the problem. I want to clean problem. I think the best solution is remove all histories of source code of repository and . [ Because it's a team repository, I can't create a new repositories and I don't want to anybody pay to my bad work].
We have a guide to doing this if you simply want to scrub out specific files. Read over the document here. If you are looking to start over. You can simply copy all of your current files over to a new directory without the .git or .hg directory and do:
Then, create/adjust your ignore file and then re-add all your data with:
git add -A
Then you can commit
git commit -m "Some commit message"
And then push your content up to Bitbucket again.
git push -u origin master
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