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- # git-cleanup-repo
- # Author: Rob Miller <email@example.com>
- # Adapted from the original by Yorick Sijsling
- git checkout master &> /dev/null
- # Make sure we're working with the most up-to-date version of master.
- git fetch
- # Prune obsolete remote tracking branches. These are branches that we
- # once tracked, but have since been deleted on the remote.
- git remote prune origin
- # List all the branches that have been merged fully into master, and
- # then delete them. We use the remote master here, just in case our
- # local master is out of date.
- git branch --merged origin/master | grep -v 'master$' | xargs git branch -d
- # Now the same, but including remote branches.
- MERGED_ON_REMOTE=`git branch -r --merged origin/master | sed 's/ *origin\///' | grep -v 'master$'`
- if [[ "$CLEANUP_REMOTE" != 'no' && "$MERGED_ON_REMOTE" ]]; then
- echo "The following remote branches are fully merged and will be removed:"
- echo $MERGED_ON_REMOTE
- read -p "Continue (y/N)? "
- if [ "$REPLY" == "y" ]; then
- git branch -r --merged origin/master | sed 's/ *origin\///' \
- | grep -v 'master$' | xargs -I% git push origin :% 2>&1 \
- | grep --colour=never 'deleted'
- echo "Done!"
- echo "to cleanup remote branches, set env. variable CLEANUP_REMOTE=yes"
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