I'm using git replace command to alter ancestry of commits.
I want to delete merged branch then I suppress the branch parent of the 
merge commit.

But, I see that the old reference of replaced commits still exists.
Then my branch is not deleted but hidden. I would like garbage collect it.

There is a way to remove all old replaced commits for ever ?

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