'git remote prune origin' removes local branches -- that's not my issue :-) 
Thank you though.

My issue is that my local repo (clone1) has an incorrect view of my remote 
(origin), and I don't know to fix that -- beside messing with the internals or 
re-cloning it.
Besides, this happens regardless if I have a local branch tracking the remote 
branch or not.

I thought 'git fetch' (or any of the other previously mentioned commands) was 
supposed to do that, but it doesn't.


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