What kind of commits do you see? Can you show us part of the git log output?

2015-11-16 14:17 GMT+01:00 Daniel Doron <danielmeirdo...@gmail.com>:

> I have a local repository to which I added a remote so I can cherry pick
> some commits.
> now, I removed the remote and any related branches, as I no longer need
> it.
> my problem is that "git log --all" still shows me commits of that remote.
> I tried to "git gc", it did not help...any idea why it is like that and
> how I can clean it up?
>
>
> Thanks
> Daniel.
>
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