When I was doing a `git pull` from a remote repo, I ran out of disk space, which resulted in errors like
error: git checkout-index: unable to write file drivers/usb/gadget/s3c-hsotg.c
error: git checkout-index: unable to write file drivers/usb/gadget/u_audio.c
error: git checkout-index: unable to write file drivers/usb/gadget/u_audio.h
Freed some disk space and re-ran the `git-pull`. But it failed saying
$ git pull
error: Untracked working tree file 'Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-bus-pci-devices-cciss' would be overwritten by merge.
Some of the files were created by the previous pull, but they are considered untracked files as the previous pull failed. `git pull -f` didnt help as git was reluctant to delete my untracked files.
Deleting huge list of files one by one was a pain. I was thinking of doing a git status to get the list of untracked files and deleting them. But Jony rescued me by telling me about `git clean` which can delete all the untracked files!
But I would really like to see a way to pull/checkout and over-write the untracked files, so that other untracked files, which will not be over-written, need not be deleted. Is there a way to do it?