When i go to bitbucket -> branches I see three branches (master, develop and a feature branch)
In SourceTree for the remote i see four branches (master, develope, feature branch and release branch). No matter how many time i click Fetch with Prune option the release branch is never removed.
Process i followed in SourceTree was (both local and remote up to date with same four brances mentioned above):
Upon further investigation, I don't think this is broken and instead a misunderstanding on my part. The GIT prune function only removes remote tracking branches. A remote branch is one that was CREATED on the remote. If you created the branch locally and subsequently pushed it, it's not a remote branch, it's local and will need to be deleted manually. This is the GIT behavior which Sourcetree is using. Learn more here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/21319735
Same here (Windows, ST 22.214.171.124). Has this never made it into any bugfix? We have a big number of feature branches which are often closed fast, and I really would appreciate it to not having to dedicate half an hour a day to look trough the remote and my local branches and delete the ones no longer existing.
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