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guilt-guard: Assign guards to patches
guilt-guard - Assign guards to patches
SYNOPSISguilt-guard [-l | --list | -n | --none | [<patchname>] [(+|-)<guard>...]]
DESCRIPTIONAssign guards to the specified patch, or to the patch on top of the stack if no patch is given on the command line.
An unguarded patch is always pushed.
A positive guard begins with a +. A patch with a positive guard is pushed only if the guard is selected.
A negative guard begins with a -. A patch with a negative guard is always pushed, unless the guard is selected.
- List all patches and their guards
- Remove all guards from a patch
AUTHORWritten by Eric Lesh <m[blue]eclesh [at] ucla.edum>
DOCUMENTATIONDocumentation by Eric Lesh <m[blue]eclesh [at] ucla.edum>
GUILTPart of the linkguilt:guilt suite (Generated for Guilt v0.33)
eclesh [at] ucla.edu
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