stg-pop - Man Page

Pop (unapply) one or more applied patches


stg pop [OPTIONS] [patch]...
stg pop [OPTIONS] --all
stg pop [OPTIONS] -n <number>


Pop (unapply) one or more applied patches.

By default, the topmost applied patch is popped.

If ranges of patches are specified, pop and push operations are performed such that only the patches specified on the command line are unapplied at the end of the operation. It is possible for some of these intermediate push operations to fail due to conflicts if patches are popped out of last-pushed first-popped order.


-a,  --all

Pop all applied patches

-n <number>, --number=<number>

Pop the specified <number> of patches.

A negative number indicates to pop all but that number of patches

-s,  --spill

Keep patches' modifications in working tree after popping

-k,  --keep

Keep the local changes


Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)

Referenced By


04/09/2024 StGit 2.4.6 StGit Manual