branch -m/-M: remove undocumented RENAMED-REF
The commit message for c976d41 (git-branch: add options and tests for
branch renaming, 2006-11-28) mentions RENAME_REF but otherwise this is not
documented anywhere, and it does not appear in any of the tests.
Worse yet, the name of the actual file is "RENAMED-REF".
This was supposed to hold the commit object name at the tip of the branch
the most recent "branch -m/-M" renamed, but that is not necessary in order
to be able to recover from a mistake. Even when "branch -M A B" overwrites
an existing branch B, what is kept in RENAMED-REF is the commit at the tip
of the original branch A, not the commit B from the now-lost branch.
Just remove this unused "feature".
Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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