Ignored and deleted files in local Git master, but changes aren't reflected in upstream/master when force pushed
I'm trying to remove the
app/assets/images files from the
master branch on my heroku repo. I've got that directory in my
.gitignore file and my local master is up to date with those files deleted. I did the delete with
git rm -rf app/assets/images successfully. I've tried
git push heroku master --force but the app/assets/images directory is still present on the remote repo. Is there a command to completely replace heroku master with my local master?
To clarify my problem: I am attempting to push my latest master commit to heroku master. My slug size is too large. I want to remove the
app/assets/images directory so that I may have more room to add to
public/assets. After making the change to
.gitignore and recommitting the code, my slug size is the same. I am not sure I understand git well enough to answer the questions posed in the comments.
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