STG-LOG(1) StGit Manual STG-LOG(1)
stg-log - Display or optionally clear the stack changelog
stg log [OPTIONS] [--] [patch]... stg log --clear
Show the history of changes to the stack. If one or more patch names are given, only the changes affecting those patches are shown. The stg-undo(1) and stg-redo(1) commands may be used to step back and forth through historical stack states. The stg-reset(1) command may be used to reset the stack directly to a historic state. The --clear option may be used to delete the stack’s change history. Undo and redo are unavailable on a stack without change history. Clearing the stack state history cannot be undone.
-b <branch>, --branch=<branch> Use <branch> instead of current branch -d, --diff Show stack state diffs -n <n>, --number=<n> Limit output to <n> commits -f, --full Show using full commit log format -g, --graphical Run gitk instead of printing to stdout --clear Clear the stack history
Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)
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