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> When helmfile is not GitOps?
> To uninstall a helm release, you need to add `isntalled: false` to it. If you just remove a release from helmfile.yaml, it isn't going to be removed. So in such cases it's not GitOps. You can write a hook, that is comparing a previous state of your helmfile to the current one and doing a cleanup, then it's again fully GitOps. But I prefer removing things manually, so to me, it's not a problem. Removing stuff is something that I think should be mostly done by a human being, if it's not a part of your daily work.