Let’s say I had a branch named
coolbranch in my repository.
Now, I decided to delete it (both remotely and locally) with:
git push origin :coolbranch git branch -D coolbranch
Now the branch is really deleted.
But when I run
git branch -a
I still get:
Something to notice, is that when I clone a new repository, everything is fine and
git branch -a doesn’t show the branch.
I want to know – is there a way to delete the branch from the
branch -a list without cloning a new instance?
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