stg-commit(1) — Linux manual page


STG-COMMIT(1)                 StGit Manual                 STG-COMMIT(1)

NAME         top

       stg-commit - Permanently store the applied patches into the stack

SYNOPSIS         top

       stg commit
       stg commit [--] <patchnames>
       stg commit -n NUM
       stg commit --all

DESCRIPTION         top

       Merge one or more patches into the base of the current stack and
       remove them from the series while advancing the base. This is the
       opposite of stg uncommit. Use this command if you no longer want
       to manage a patch with StGIT.

       By default, the bottommost patch is committed. If patch names are
       given, the stack is rearranged so that those patches are at the
       bottom, and then they are committed.

       The -n/--number option specifies the number of applied patches to
       commit (counting from the bottom of the stack). If -a/--all is
       given, all applied patches are committed.

OPTIONS         top

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

       -a, --all
           Commit all applied patches.

STGIT         top

       Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

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StGit                          04/01/2021                  STG-COMMIT(1)