On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 12:11:38PM -0500, Jed Brown wrote:
> Consider this workflow:
> $ git checkout -b my/branch
> hack, commit, ...
> $ git push -u origin my/branch
> The branch gets reviewed, merged, and eventually deleted upstream. The
> remote tracking branch gets pruned via 'git fetch --prune' or 'git
> remote prune', but that leaves my local branch with an upstream that has
> been deleted. Is there a good way to discover this so I can prune my
> local branches?
> $ git branch -vv
> my/branch 6d32ec0 [origin/my/branch] The commit message
> I can script it, but this seems like a pretty common thing.
Try "git branch --merged master" to get a list of branches that have
already been merged.
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