We can use following commands for this purpose:
- git branch –merged master : This prints the branches merged into master
- git branch –merged lists : This prints the branches merged into HEAD (i.e. tip of current branch)
- git branch –no-merged : This prints the branches that have not been merged
By default this applies only to local branches.
We can use -a flag to show both local and remote branches.
Or we can use -r flag to show only the remote branches.Read the full book at www.amazon.com