How to propagate local branch deletion to remote in 1 step - git, github
When I want to delete a branch locally on git and propagate this to the GitHub repo, I use this 2-step method:
~$ git branch -d [branch_name]
~$ git push origin :[branch_name]
Is there any command to delete a branch locally an automatically propagate this modification to the remote repo on GitHub?
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In gitweb interface, I see it has a 'heads' section. Is that equals to the 'git branch' locally? And how can I see the remote branch head? Thank you.
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