Martin Langhoff <> writes:

> I have a shell script that trims old history on a cronjob. This is for
> a repo that is used to track reports that have limited "life" (like
> logs). Old history is trimmed with grafts pointing to an empty "root"
> commit.
> Right now, info/graft grows unbound. I am looking for a way to trim
> unreachable grafts, I would like to be able to say something like:
>  git is-reachable treeish
> Grepping through docs and existing code hasn't helped, but perhaps I'm
> missing something obvious...

Does git fsck --unreachable --no-reflogs help?


Andreas Schwab,
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