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What does "-rf" means in: rm -rf test/ git rm -rf test/ ?

Beside if I remove test/ of the current directory with "rm -r test/" and commit it, why I need to use git rm -rf?

1 Answer

I think it unstages all files, and files within sub-directories, of the 'test' directory.