Lists all of a user's branches, including local and remote, and shows:
| Name | Link | | ------------- | -------- | | Project Home: | https://github.com/davidosomething/git-my
git branch -r and
git remote show origin this shows only branches
where YOU were the last committer and it will tell you if you have a copy of
that branch locally.
Here's a screenshot:
git-myfile somewhere in your path, e.g.
Super simple if you use zplug:
zplug "davidosomething/git-my", as:command
From command line execute:
git my origin/qa
will give you a list of your remote branches and tell you which ones have been
-v|--version -h|--help -U|--username --local --merged --tracked
Copyright (c) 2017 David O'Trakoun [email protected]