Why will git not let me delete a remote branch
I have a local repository that I want to mirror to the remote 'websrv'. This used to work fine until I deleted a local branch. Now when I do
git push --mirror websrv
remote: error: By default, deleting the current branch is denied, because the next
remote: error: 'git clone' won't result in any file checked out, causing confusion.
remote: error: You can set 'receive.denyDeleteCurrent' configuration variable to
remote: error: 'warn' or 'ignore' in the remote repository to allow deleting the
remote: error: current branch, with or without a warning message.
remote: error: To squelch this message, you can set it to 'refuse'.
remote: error: refusing to delete the current branch: refs/heads/ecoli-moments
! [remote rejected] ecoli-moments (deletion of the current branch prohibited)
The branch 'ecoli-moments' points to the same commit as master, local and remote.
What can I do about this so that the remote branch will be properly deleted?
The remote repository is bare, I checked the directory on the server (the config file has bare=true).
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