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Can I see a history of which branches I have deleted from origin?

I used the Sourcetree UI to delete local and remote versions of branches.  I'd like to see in hindsight what I've deleted.  I'm hoping there is a command history that captures it or something similar.  Thanks!

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Mikael Sandberg
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Feb 20, 2019

Hi Dean,

Welcome to Atlassian Community.

Branches in Git are just pointers to different commits and moves when a new commit is added to that branch. Once you delete a branch, there is not history of it, unless you rely on the automatic comment when you do a merge. So the answer is no, there is no command in Git, or action in Sourcetree, that would give you a list of deleted branches.

Thank you for clarifying!

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