When you use GIT branching becomes… attractive, maybe even addictive. Which is fine… then (as happened yesterday) you find that a branch really didn’t help in any way and you would like to delete that branch and pretend it never happened 🙂
I’m using the GIT capability of Visual Studio Online and was stumped with how to delete the branch. I managed to remove it from my local repository with ease – but not from Visual Studio Online.
The solution turned out to be very simple but (to me anyway) was not obvious.
Install GIT for Windows. Fire up the GIT Gui and then select the Delete Branch option from the Remote menu. Simple.