Provided by: guilt_0.36-2_all
guilt-new - Create a new patch
guilt new [-f] [-s] [-e|-m message] <patchname>
Create a new patch and push it on top of the stack. An optional patch description can be supplied either interactively on via the command line.
-f Force patch creation if there are unrefreshed changes. These changes will get automatically imported into the new patch. -s Add a Signed-off-by with your committer identifier string to the patch message. -e Edit the patch message interactively. This option can be combined with -s to easily sign off on the patch. -m <message> The "<message>" string will used as the commit message. This option can be combined with -s to easily sign off on the patch. <patchname> Name of the patch to create. This must be a legal relative pathname string. For example, "foo", "foo/bar", and "foo/bar/foobar" are all valid.
Create a new patch called foobar: $ guilt new foobar Create a patch called foo and supply a patch description interactively: $ guilt new -e foo Create a patch called bar with a provided patch description and sign off on the patch: $ guilt new -s -m patch-fu bar
Written by Josef "Jeff" Sipek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Documentation by Josef "Jeff" Sipek <email@example.com>
Part of the guilt(7) suite (Generated for Guilt v0.36)