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repo-branches - Man Page

repo branches — manual page for repo branches

Synopsis

repo branches [<project>...]

Description

Summary

View current topic branches

Summarizes the currently available topic branches.

# Branch Display

The branch display output by this command is organized into four columns of information; for example:

*P nocolor

| in repo

repo2

|

The first column contains a * if the branch is the currently checked out branch in any of the specified projects, or a blank if no project has the branch checked out.

The second column contains either blank, p or P, depending upon the upload status of the branch.

(blank): branch not yet published by repo upload

P: all commits were published by repo upload p: only some commits were published by repo upload

The third column contains the branch name.

The fourth column (after the | separator) lists the projects that the branch appears in, or does not appear in.  If no project list is shown, then the branch appears in all projects.

Options

-h,  --help

show this help message and exit

-j JOBS, --jobs=JOBS

number of jobs to run in parallel (default: based on number of CPU cores)

Logging options

-v,  --verbose

show all output

-q,  --quiet

only show errors

Multi-manifest options

--outer-manifest

operate starting at the outermost manifest

--no-outer-manifest

do not operate on outer manifests

--this-manifest-only

only operate on this (sub)manifest

--no-this-manifest-only,  --all-manifests

operate on this manifest and its submanifests

Run `repo help branches` to view the detailed manual.

Referenced By

The man page repo-branch(1) is an alias of repo-branches(1).

July 2022 repo branches Repo Manual