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Created April 26, 2011 19:19
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delete all remote branches that have already been merged into master
$ git branch -r --merged |
grep origin |
grep -v '>' |
grep -v master |
xargs -L1 |
awk '{split($0,a,"/"); print a[2]}' |
xargs git push origin --delete
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ryanc414 commented Jul 1, 2019

My solution to prune merged branches from local + multiple remotes, based on snippets above:

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