Sometimes i’m too lazy to do most of the things manually. Copy and paste ? that’s annoying.
Lately i had a bunch of local git branches. I never deleted even after i push.
I’m not sure that too much local branches will harm to git environment or not.
But it doesn’t looks good whenever you try
git branch and saw the long list of branches.
I just think it’s time to clean.
the command is easy
git branch -D [yourlocalbranch]
The thing is that you have to do 100th times if you have 100 local branches.
winn:shophk winn$ git branch SHOP-6155 SHOP-8134 SHOP-8316 SHOP-9214 SHOP-9260 SHOP-9314 test_sharedstock testsolr * trunk ultron_qa ultron_tw_dts
I just googling around and just found that i can do with regex.
The syntax is easy in my example
git branch -D `git branch | grep -E 'SHOP-*'`
There you go…
winn:shophk winn$ git branch -D `git branch | grep -E 'SHOP-*'` Deleted branch SHOP-6155 (was 8fad0ce). Deleted branch SHOP-8134 (was 99b1d59). Deleted branch SHOP-8316 (was bb475c7). Deleted branch SHOP-9214 (was dc1438b). Deleted branch SHOP-9260 (was b442948). Deleted branch SHOP-9314 (was 0dacf69).
Happy Coding! ^_^