STG-RESET(1) StGit Manual STG-RESET(1)
stg-reset - Reset the patch stack to an earlier state
stg reset [--hard] [<committish> [<patchname>...]] stg reset --hard
Reset the patch stack to an earlier state. If no state is specified, reset only the changes in the worktree. The state is specified with a commit id from the stack log, which may be viewed with stg-log(1). Patch name arguments may optionally be provided to limit which patches are reset.
--hard Discard changes in the index and worktree
Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)
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