crap I tried to post an image link instead, but it deleted that too!

will try here

I have a git repo with multiple "origin" branches. WHen I add a new branch 
and commit changes, it shows that each of these branches are identical, so 
it may be writing the commits to multiple branches. I think made I made 
some rebase mistake. Is there anyway to sort this out, it doesn't work like 
it used to and its confusing. Or should I just delete the repo and start 
tracking with a new repo?

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/607/origine.jpg/


Cheers
Max

On Thursday, October 11, 2012 12:02:48 AM UTC+9, maxhodges wrote:
>
> does this group forbid attachments or something? I just posted with an 
> image attachment, but the message was automatically deleted.

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