git branch -av in a table, and see local and remote branch HEADs.
A small script that summarizes
git branch --all --verbose into a table, something like:
% cd my/git/repo % git heads
The HEAD commit hashes of all local branches are shown, with those of any corresponding remotes. Checkmarks are used for hashes that are the same as the one to it's left.
Use it like a regular git command to see how the HEADs of your local and remote branches compare. Useful if you have many active git remotes and branches.
npm i -g git-heads
Table formatted using Guillermo Rauch's
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