guilt-delete (1) - Linux Manuals
guilt-delete: Delete a patch
guilt-delete - Delete a patch
SYNOPSISguilt-delete [-f] <patchname>
DESCRIPTIONDelete an unapplied patch from the series.
- Remove the patch from the series and disk
- Name of the patch to delete.
EXAMPLESDelete a patch called foobar:
$ guilt-delete foobar
AUTHORWritten by Josef "Jeff" Sipek <m[blue]jeffpc [at] josefsipek.netm>
DOCUMENTATIONDocumentation by Brandon Philips <m[blue]brandon [at] ifup.orgm>
GUILTPart of the linkguilt:guilt suite (Generated for Guilt v0.33)
jeffpc [at] josefsipek.net
- mailto:jeffpc [at] josefsipek.net
brandon [at] ifup.org
- mailto:brandon [at] ifup.org