stg-redo(1) — Linux manual page


STG-REDO(1)                   StGit Manual                   STG-REDO(1)

NAME         top

       stg-redo - Undo the last undo operation

SYNOPSIS         top

       stg redo [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION         top

       If the last command was an undo, the patch stack state will be
       reset to its state before the undo. Consecutive redos will undo
       the effects of consecutive invocations of stg-undo(1).

       It is an error to redo if the last stack-modifying command was
       not an undo.

OPTIONS         top

       -n <n>, --number=<n>
           Undo the last <n> undos

           Discard changes in the index and worktree

STGIT         top

       Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

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StGit 2.4.1                    12/22/2023                    STG-REDO(1)

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