also sprach Petr Baudis <pa...@ucw.cz> [2009.05.09.1134 +0200]: > You can do `git remote prune` to get rid of branches that disappeared > upstream. Hypothetical `tg retire` (a stupid name, of course) would > do git branch -d branch and git push origin :branch :refs/bases/branch. > `tg update` or some other command would then have to do the `git remote > prune` part and have some fancy logic to retire the branches locally > too if there are no changes in them. The case when there are local > changes in the retired branches is left as an exercise for the reader. > ;-)
Sounds good. Only the "fancy logic" part is a bit murky right now. :) -- .''`. martin f. krafft <madd...@d.o> Related projects: : :' : proud Debian developer http://debiansystem.info `. `'` http://people.debian.org/~madduck http://vcs-pkg.org `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems in africa some of the native tribes have a custom of beating the ground with clubs and uttering spine chilling cries. anthropologists call this a form of primitive self-expression. in america they call it golf.
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