Matthieu Moy <> writes:

> I don't understand what you mean by "non-current". If you mean a local
> branch not pointed to by HEAD, then I don't understand the remark, as
> the message is shown by "git status" (looking more closely, it is also
> shown by "git checkout", but after switching branch so also showing a
> message about the current branch) and precisely talks about the current
> branch.

Ah, Ok, I somehow thought that "branch -v" would also use this
information, and/or during my absense this function from remote.c
got linked into "git remote show" ;-)

So it is not an issue right now, but we will have to worry about the
messaging when we start using this to describe a branch that is not
currently checked out.
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