Basically, I'd like to delete every branch in my fork of an upstream
repo that is the same as an upstream branch.
With sufficient scripting, I can write something to enumerate and
compare branch heads, but I'm hoping someone knows of a tool that does
this, or can point me to some useful git plumbing to help.
github, for reasons lost to me, gives you a snapshot of all upstream
branches at time of fork, but not any new branches created upstream,
nor does it ever delete them when upstream deletes, or give any way to
synchronize... not to complain. :-)
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