Find Git Branches

Takes a repository and a Git commit hash and finds all branches which the commit is part of. Note that this is a rather expensive operation because the commit tree has to be traversed for every possible branch in order to find (or not find) the desired commit.


Repository column
A URI column containing paths to local Git repositories.
Commit hash column
A string column containing the commit hashes.
Use parallel processing
If this option is selected, parallel processing will be activated. This means that several rows may be processed at the same time. Caution! When this option is enabled errors may occur if a single repository is accessed concurrently, i.e. two URIs point to the same repository.

Input Ports

A table that contains repository locations and commit hashes.

Output Ports

The input table with an additional column containing a set of branch names.


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