guilt-repair (1) - Linux Man Pages
guilt-repair: Repair the repository state
guilt-repair - Repair the repository state
SYNOPSISguilt-repair --full | --status
DESCRIPTIONPerform various repository repairs. You must specify one mode of repair:
Tries to repair everything possible. Additionally, it resets the repository state by reseting the HEAD to whatcqs believed to be the proper commit, and reseting the applied stack. The end result should be a repository with no patches applied.
WARNING: Running this command may result in commits and working directory changes being lost. You may want to create a new reference (e.g., branch, or reflog) to the original HEAD before using guilt-repair.
- Upgrade the status file from old format to new.
AUTHORWritten by Josef "Jeff" Sipek <m[blue]jeffpc [at] josefsipek.netm>
DOCUMENTATIONDocumentation by Josef "Jeff" Sipek <m[blue]jeffpc [at] josefsipek.netm>
GUILTPart of the linkguilt:guilt suite (Generated for Guilt v0.33)
jeffpc [at] josefsipek.net
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