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STG-POP(1)                      StGit Manual                      STG-POP(1)

NAME         top

       stg-pop - Pop one or more patches from the stack

SYNOPSIS         top

       stg pop [options] [--] [<patch1>] [<patch2>] [<patch3>..<patch4>]

DESCRIPTION         top

       Pop the topmost patch or a range of patches from the stack. The
       command fails if there are conflicts or local changes (and --keep was
       not specified).

       A series of pop and push operations are performed so that only the
       patches passed on the command line are popped from the stack. Some of
       the push operations may fail because of conflicts ("stg undo" would
       revert the last push operation).

OPTIONS         top

       -a, --all
           Pop all the applied patches.

       -s, --spill
           Pop a patch, keeping its modifications in the tree.

       -n NUMBER, --number NUMBER
           Pop the specified number of patches.

           With a negative number, pop all but that many patches.

       -k, --keep
           Keep the local changes.

STGIT         top

       Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

COLOPHON         top

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StGit                            05/03/2017                       STG-POP(1)

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