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TLDR – Never delete the whole objects dir in .git as it corrupts the repo forever. You can however search for bit items in the dir and delete them individually OR you can delete the repo and reclone it with 1 depth (git clone –depth 1).
Most of the files are
.png, and the last one in the list is a
.mov, which I would guess takes up most of the space. There are also
One option is to use the bfg-repo-cleaner tool, which worked great for me on other repos I’ve tried it on.
Alternatively, you could do it manually following this git article, as outlined below:
git filter-branch --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch *.mov' -- --all rm -Rf .git/refs/original rm -Rf .git/logs/ git gc --aggressive --prune=now
Then repeat with other types of files.
git count-objects -v
size-pack should be a lot smaller now.
- I was able to figure out following settings that disable certain built in extensions –
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- Use the isText function to figure out if excel is identifying your date field as text
- Convert to date
- Split cells in case you have date time field as text and in the split process, it prompt you to enter the format of the field, and select date there
- Alternatively, use the Date function to convert text to date
- Finally sort the date field using the standard sort menu option