Ferry Boender

Programmer, DevOpper, Open Source enthusiast.


Multi-git-status now shows branches with no upstream

Sunday, April 8th, 2018

Just a quick update on Multi-git-status. It now also shows branches with no upstream. These are typically branches created locally that haven’t been configured to track a local or remote branch. Any changes in those branches are lost when the repo is removed from your machine. Additionally, multi-git-status now handles branches with slashes in them properly. For example, “feature/loginscreen”. Here’s how the output looks now:


You can get multi-git-status from the Github page.

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