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Removes superfluous words in remote branch delete tips

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Soon Van 2012-12-31 15:12:33 -05:00
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@ -222,8 +222,8 @@ Deleted branch testing (was 78b2670).
<p>When you're done with a remote branch, whether it's been merged
into the remote master or you want to abandon it and sweep it under
the rug, you'll issue a <code>git push</code> command with special
colon to nuke that branch.</p>
the rug, you'll issue a <code>git push</code> command with a specially
placed colon symbol to remove that branch.</p>
<b>$ git push origin :tidy-cutlery</b>
@ -240,9 +240,9 @@ To git@github.com:octocat/Spoon-Knife.git
remote branch to become nothing.
<p>Alternatively, you can also run
<p>Alternatively, you can run
<code>git push remote-name --delete branchname</code>
which is basically a wrapper for the above colon prefix version.
which is a wrapper for the colon technique of deleting a remote branch.
<p class="nutshell">