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STG-FLOAT(1)                  StGit Manual                  STG-FLOAT(1)

NAME         top

       stg-float - Push patches to the top, even if applied

SYNOPSIS         top

       stg float [OPTIONS] <patch>...
       stg float [OPTIONS] <-S|--series> <file>

DESCRIPTION         top

       Push patches to the top, even if applied.

       Float one or more patches to be the topmost applied patches. The
       patches to be floated may currently be either applied or
       unapplied. The necessary pop and push operations will be
       performed to float the named patches. Patches not specified will
       remain applied or unapplied as they were prior to the float

OPTIONS         top

           Reorder patches without reapplying any patches

       -S <file>, --series=<file>
           Rearrange according to a series <file>

       -k, --keep
           Keep the local changes

           Instead of using the current time as the committer date, use
           the author date of the commit as the committer date.

STGIT         top

       Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

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StGit 2.3.0                    06/23/2023                   STG-FLOAT(1)

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