aegis new branch undo - remove a branch
aegis -New_BRanch_Undo number [ option... ]
aegis -New_BRanch_Undo -Help
The aegis -New_BRanch_Undo command is used to remove a branch created
with the aenbr(1) command.
Note: This command will completely remove all trace of the branch from
Aegis’ database. This includes all changes performed on the branch and
all of its sub-branches. (This history remains in the history files,
but is inaccessible.)
If you wish to finish development of a branch, and commit all of its
changes to the parent branch, use the aede(1) command, instead.
If you wish to stop anyone from developing more changes on the branch,
use the aerd(1) command to remove all the developers.
The following options are understood:
This option may be used to specify a particular change within a
project. See aegis(1) for a complete description of this
This option may be used to obtain more information about how to
use the aegis program.
This option may be used to retain files and/or directories
usually deleted or replaced by the command. Defaults to the
user’s delete_file_preference if not specified, see aeuconf(5)
for more information.
This option may be used to ensure that the files and/or
directories are deleted or replaced by the command. Defaults
to the user’s delete_file_preference if not specified, see
aeuconf(5) for more information.
This option may be used to select the project of interest.
When no -Project option is specified, the AEGIS_PROJECT
environment variable is consulted. If that does not exist, the
user’s $HOME/.aegisrc file is examined for a default project
field (see aeuconf(5) for more information). If that does not
exist, when the user is only working on changes within a single
project, the project name defaults to that project. Otherwise,
it is an error.
-Wait This option may be used to require Aegis commands to wait for
access locks, if they cannot be obtained immediately. Defaults
to the user’s lock_wait_preference if not specified, see
aeuconf(5) for more information.
This option may be used to require Aegis commands to emit a
fatal error if access locks cannot be obtained immediately.
Defaults to the user’s lock_wait_preference if not specified,
see aeuconf(5) for more information.
See also aegis(1) for options common to all aegis commands.
All options may be abbreviated; the abbreviation is documented as the
upper case letters, all lower case letters and underscores (_) are
optional. You must use consecutive sequences of optional letters.
All options are case insensitive, you may type them in upper case or
lower case or a combination of both, case is not important.
For example: the arguments "-project, "-PROJ" and "-p" are all
interpreted to mean the -Project option. The argument "-prj" will not
be understood, because consecutive optional characters were not
Options and other command line arguments may be mixed arbitrarily on
the command line, after the function selectors.
The GNU long option names are understood. Since all option names for
aegis are long, this means ignoring the extra leading ’-’. The
"--option=value" convention is also understood.
The aegis command will exit with a status of 1 on any error. The aegis
command will only exit with a status of 0 if there are no errors.
See aegis(1) for a list of environment variables which may affect this
command. See aepconf(5) for the project configuration file’s project_
specific field for how to set environment variables for all commands
executed by Aegis.
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aegis version 4.24.3.D001
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2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Peter
The aegis program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details use
the ’aegis -VERSion License’ command. This is free software and you
are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; for details
use the ’aegis -VERSion License’ command.
Peter Miller E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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