> Unfortunately that's not true. In repo_b your ref for origin/master
> has not moved. It has remotely (meaning refs/heads/master in repo_a
> has moved), but git status is not hitting the remote to find out; it
> only looks at the local state. To see what I mean, run git fetch in
> repo_b. Once you do that, you'll see that git status correctly reports
> you're behind.
OK; my expectation was, that the remote is checked for this ...
I see that this feature is useful for all non-trivial use cases
where you have several branches beside master for which the
remotes will be updated by git fetch.
But for the simple use case where you only have a master
branch I consider it not really helpful and - at least for me -
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