Re: Automatically delete branches containing accepted patches?
- Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 10:32:37 -0700
- From: Stefan Beller <sbeller@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Automatically delete branches containing accepted patches?
On Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 11:44 AM, Lars Schneider
> I have lots of git/git branches and once in a while some patches make it
> into git/git master. If this happens I would like to delete my branch
> with the patch automatically. That's not easily possible as the hashes
> on my branches are, of course, not the same as the hashes on git/git.
> How do you deal with this situation? Do you manually delete your
> branches or do you have some clever script to share?
As soon as my patches are picked up, I rename my internal branch to
be the same as its remote counter part. Usually I rebase my local
branches on these remote branches, such that directly after queuing
they are identical.
Usually I delete (local) branches as soon as I am either confident
they go in as is or they are not very interesting to me.
(e.g. a one off typo fix is developed on detached HEAD, sent out
and I forget about it. In case a discussion ensues, I have to either
take my patch or redo it. There is no local reminder of these things
in the form of a branch)