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Delete GitHub wiki revisions
# Delete prior revisions from a GitHub wiki so that only the most-recent
# version of the content is available.
# Clone the wiki.
git clone[user]/[repo].wiki.git
# Remove the .git folder.
rm -rf .git
# Reconstruct the local repo with only latest content
git init
git add .
git commit -m "Initial commit"
# Push to GitHub
git remote add origin <github-uri>
git push -u --force origin master
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r0ah commented Mar 4, 2019

Thanks! Very useful.

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Do GitHub wiki pages block force pushing to master by default? I'm unable to fast forward commit with this command in my GitHub wiki.

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I also had problems pushing using: git push -u --force origin master
I seems you need a personal access token to login on the command line

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