I have a fork of popular repo, I want to be able to keep track of commits being push to that repo while also having my own personal commits to my fork. I don't really want my changes to be merged upstream so I'm fine with merging/rebasing every time someone commits to the upstream repo.
I read about triangle workflow and Magit's support for it and thought it great. It does exactly what I need, except that it insists my local commits should be finally merged into the main repo thus displaying a list of my local commits under the section
Unmerged into upstream/master:
Head: <local commit> Merge: upstream/master <upstream commit> Push: origin/master <local commit> Unpulled from upstream/master (1) 987ac90 upstream/master <upstream commit> Unmerged into upstream/master (1) 123baf8 master origin/master <local commit>
This is fine if there are a couple of commits, but later my personal modifications will pile on and the list will grow.
Is there any way to set the section
Unmerged into upstream/master to be always hidden?