Keep your repo fresh with one command.
Usage: git fresh [-fmrtRW] [-sl] [remote] [root] By default, git-fresh will: - update local root (master) to match remote root - stash changes - prune remote branches git-fresh will ignore any branches listed in a .freshignore file. .freshignore should contain branch names you would like to ignore on separate lines. The file can exist in the current Git repo or in the home directory, i.e. ~/.freshignore. -f: Delete stale local and remote branches -m: Merge remote root into current branch -r: Rebase current branch against remote root -t: Remove local tags that do not exist on remote -R: Reset local root to remote root -W: Wipe workspace clean -s: Apply stashed changes after run -l: Only delete local stale branches -v: Print git-fresh version and exit remote: remote name, origin by default root: root branch, master by default
Manual on Linux or MacOSX
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Manual on Windows
Copy the file git-fresh to
usr\bin in your git installation directory.
This usually is
git-fresh is provided under the MIT License.
git-fresh is a project by Ivan Malopinsky.