git remote prune origin
Worked great thank you.
On Oct 13, 5:38 am, Artiom Diomin <kro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> В Пнд, 12/10/2009 в 10:23 -0700, donnoman пишет:
> > Our team creates topic branches, then when they are ready rebases them
> > and merges them into our testing branch and then deletes the old topic
> > branch.
> > Apparently git pull and fetch don't automatically trim the list of
> > branches that it thinks origin has.
> > On my local checkout a branch -a shows 20 or so branches that have
> > since been deleted, but I can't get them to go away.
> > Is there any facility to force it to go out and verify it's list
> > against the real origin, instead of deleting the whole checkout and
> > recloning?
> git remote prune origin
> where origin name of your remote repository (which by default is
> "origin" :))
> Artiom Diomin
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