Git push to remote GitHub repo


Ok, so randomly the git push stopped working. I gave some warning about files (they weren't meant to be in the directory, but it auto downloaded them there) that were too large, so I deleted them thinking it might fix it. It still doesn't work. It still gives warning about those files despite them being permanently deleted, and it still says 

'refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master [remote rejected] (pre-receive hook declined)'

How do I go about fixing this?

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Hi Evan!

Could you please clarify whether you work with the project in the full remote mode? Or do you work with it locally?

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Just to answer your question, I work on it locally and just push it to a GitHub repo, but I was able to fix it.

I had it do a ``git log``, find the commit's ID, and then do ``git reset --hard <commit ID>`` and that brought to before the problem happened and I was able to just redo everything from there. The problem was just some files added to my local git that were too big for GitHub


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