Hi, i think that prune it's what you are asking for, just like Konstantin
explain to you: it removes locals refs to remotes branches that no longer
exists, once they are removed they will not appear in your repo.


2014-03-31 1:19 GMT-03:00 Fredrik Linder <fredrikelin...@gmail.com>:

>
> '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.
>
> /Fredrik
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