I wish I hadn't done this... but I accidentally named a branch "--
tracksolr-1-3" and now can neither delete it with git branch -D nor
check it out with git checkout.  e.g.:

>>git branch -D "--tracksolr-1-3"
error: unknown option `tracksolr-1-3'

>>git checkout --tracksolr-1-3
error: unknown option `tracksolr-1-3'

Neither quotes nor backslash escaping the hyphens in the branch name
seem to do the trick.... I guess I should just rm -rf my repo and
check it out again?  Is that the only thing one can do?

Thanks,
Alex
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