Does Gitea automatically prune remote untracked LFS files?

Since I couldn’t find this on the forums or through Google, I thought I’d ask it here as it says in the title: does Gitea automatically prune remote untracked LFS files? If not: how do I set it up to do so, if possible? (perhaps with a cron job?)

Thanks for this great piece of software, and thanks in advance for any answers! :slight_smile:

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I have the same question. If it’s not automatic, is there a command or strategy or script or something I can use?

I’ve recently setup Gitea on a Windows machine and I am very pleased with the way it all works, especially that it integrates with self-hosted AppVeyor, so well done to the developers for their work.