On 11/03/12 Mark Liversedge said:
> I have a branch on github that was used for development for the last 18
> months, but it has now been merged back into master.
> I will be removing it shortly, but am keeping it just in case anything odd
> crops up, or folks have local versions they are working against and submit
> a patch in the next couple of weeks.
> But .. I don't want to use the branch, any pushes to github must go against
> master, since this branch will be deleted soon.
> is there a way of 'freezing' or 'hiding' a remote branch so no updates can
> be pushed (and ideally, it cannot be cloned either) ?
You can modify your hooks to block it, but I would think that simply choosing
to not use it should be sufficient. :)
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