stg-delete - Man Page

Delete patches


stg delete [OPTIONS] [<patch>...]
stg delete [OPTIONS] [-A] [-U] [-H]
stg delete [OPTIONS] --all
stg delete [OPTIONS] --top


Delete patches


-a,  --all

Delete all patches

-A,  --applied

Delete the applied patches

-U,  --unapplied

Delete the unapplied patches

-H,  --hidden

Delete the hidden patches

-t,  --top

Delete topmost patch


Delete the patches, but without modifying the index and worktree. This only works when deleting applied patches at the top of the stack. The effect is to "spill" the patch contents into the index and worktree.

This can be useful for splitting a patch into smaller pieces.

-b <branch>, --branch=<branch>

Use <branch> instead of current branch


Either "allow" or "disallow" pushing a patch with conflicts.

Using --conflicts=allow (or just --conflicts) allows pushing a patch that may result in unresolved merge conflicts. The patch will be pushed and files with conflicts will be left with conflict markers to be resolved manually; or the operation undone with stg undo --hard. This is the default behavior and also corresponds to the "stgit.push.allow-conflicts" variable being set to "true".

Using --conflicts=disallow disallows pushing any patch that would result in merge conflicts. The operation will stop on the last patch that can be pushed without conflicts. This behavior can be configured by setting "stgit.push.allow-conflicts" to "false".


Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

Referenced By


04/09/2024 StGit 2.4.6 StGit Manual