STG-REBASE(1) StGit Manual STG-REBASE(1)
stg-rebase - Move the stack base to another point in history
stg rebase [options] [--] <new-base-id>
Pop all patches from current stack, move the stack base to the given <new-base-id> and push the patches back. If you experience merge conflicts, resolve the problem and continue the rebase by executing the following sequence: $ git add --update $ stg refresh $ stg goto top-patch Or if you want to skip that patch: $ stg undo --hard $ stg push next-patch..top-patch
-n, --nopush Do not push the patches back after rebasing. -m, --merged Check for patches merged upstream.
Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)
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