command-line tool to delete merged git branches


A convenient command-line tool helping you keep repositories clean.

 * Supports deletion of both local and remote branches
 * Detects multiple forms of de-facto merges (rebase merges, squash merges
   (needs --effort=3), single or range cherry-picks… leveraging git cherry)
 * Supports workflows with multiple release branches, e.g. only delete
   branches that have been merged to all of master, dev and staging
 * Quick interactive configuration
 * Provider agnostic: Works with GitHub, GitLab, Gitea and any other Git
 * Takes safety seriously

This package contains the command line interface.

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