How do I delete a remote branch in Git?
I created a branch
notmaster to commit as well as push some changes. When I was finished with that branch, I merged the changes back into
master, pushed them out, and then deleted the local
$ git branch -a
Is there anyway to delete the remote
A little more clarity, with the solution from Ionut:
The usual method failed for me:
$ git push origin :notmaster
error: dst refspec notmaster matches more than one.
That's because I had a tag with the same name as the branch. This was a poor choice on my behalf and caused the ambiguity. So in that case:
$ git push origin :refs/heads/notmaster
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