I like the idea of (magit-wip-after-save-mode) but it makes git log --all (or la in Magit) very cluttered. Is there a simple way to exclude autosaves from all the autosave "branches"?

On the command-line, I can $ git log --all --not 'refs/wip/wtree/refs/heads/master' but that just excludes the autosaves that happened on the master branch, not autosaves on other branches (and replacing master with * doesn't dwim – I'd rather not have to specify all feature branches explicitly :-/).

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    Does lb do what you want?
    – tarsius
    Aug 30, 2018 at 9:09
  • Wow. That did it. Thanks! (If you add it as an answer, I'll ✔️ it)
    – unhammer
    Aug 30, 2018 at 12:22

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You can list just local and remote branches using l b.

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