Random CLI tip:

I tend to have some artificats in my source code tree after doing rebases. Running `find . -type f -name "*.orig" -print -delete` makes it easy to clean up right after!

In general, `find` is a super handy tool to learn how to use. Take 10 minutes to read its manual page! (

@jalcine That's pretty cool! Thanks! This should be something for @climagic

`git clean` can also do that, but it can be tricky in case the things you want to clean are in your gitignore file (or if you're not even using git at all).

@jalcine Take 10 minutes to read its man page... every time you need to use it! It’s such an un-unixy invocation in so many ways, I can never make it stick.

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