1 files changed, 7 insertions, 1 deletions
@@ -542,7 +542,9 @@ to avoid needing the build-dependencies.
dgit will only actually clean the tree if it needs to
(because it needs to build the source package
or binaries from your working tree).
-Otherwise any untracked files will be simply ignored.
+it will just check that there are no untracked unignored files.
+See --clean=git[-ff],always, below.
.BR --clean=git-ff " | " -wgf
@@ -553,6 +555,10 @@ git clean -xdf
but it also removes any subdirectories containing different git
trees (which only unusual packages are likely to create).
+.BR --clean=git "[" -ff "]" ,always " | " -wga " | " -wgfa
+Like --clean=git, but always does the clean and not just a check,
+deleting any untracked un-ignored files.
.BR --clean=check " | " --clean=check,ignores " | " -wc " | " -wci
Merely check that the tree is clean (does not contain uncommitted