Deleted local files automatically remove from git repo?
When I delete files in my local working directory and make a
git add .
git commit and finally
git push the files are just in the remote repo and in the working directories of other people pulling my commit.
Is there a way besides
git rm for every single file, to tell git to delete those files everywhere (remote repo and in the working directories of the others)?
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