SourceTree, not respecting the closing/deleting of a pull request from GitHub

Painting the Corpse.  Please read the book by Alan Cooper around Inmates are running the asylum.

I don't need a tool that is on top of git, I need a tool that abstracts away what I am trying to do and reflects what is really going on in GitHub.


I have deleted Pull requests in GitHub, but they are still very much showing up in SourceTree.  I finally figured out how to delete some unwanted commits, but that should just work in SourceTree w/o having to jump through hours of hoops.  


Why in the world are these deleted/closed pull request that I no longer need showing up, and if I don't need them, why isn't a simple right click delete remove available.

Or alternatively, if I need to make something that is older in the commit history my current code base, why can't I just right click and make this my rebased thing that is current.  SourceTree/GitHib/Git/Linus you all forsake me.



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Most importantly at the command line, and SmartGit behave as I would expect.  Please fix this issue.  I am happy to help.

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