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What's the command to use if I have to remove multiple files?
I'm thinking I can't use "git rm ." as with git add, because I'd remove all the files in the directory.
John Lack-Wilson8,181 Points
You can simply use
git rm file1 file2 file3 file4
Alternatively if they are all a specific type of file, or named in a similar way you can use wildcards, for example the following line will remove all pdf files:
git rm *.pdf