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       gquilt - patch series manager




       gquilt does not currently have any options.


       gquilt  is  a  GTK+  GUI  for  the  quilt patch management program. Patches are managed by
       selecting files to add to a patch from the root playground directory, editing in  changes,
       and  then refreshing the patch to add these changes to the top patch.  The root playground
       directory can be set by selecting the Open option from the Playground menu; it is  set  by
       default  to  the working directory of gquilt's execution, or the user's home directory (if
       launched from a menu).

       Currently, point and click interfaces are provided for a  small  subset  of  quilt's  most
       frequently-used  commands,  such  as  push,  pop,  refresh, import, fold, and creating and
       deleting patches in a series.

       A text widget allows execution of arbitrary quilt commands, in  order  to  compensate  for
       incomplete  coverage  of  quilt's  command  set.  All quilt commands initiated by the user
       (using either point and click or text entry) are echoed to the console widget, with  input
       in  black  and  output  in  red.   gquilt is still in the early stages of development, and
       evolving rapidly.


       Please report bugs in gquilt to <>. The  current  bug  list  may  be
       viewed at <>.


       gquilt was written by Peter Williams <>.

       This  manual page was written by Christine Spang <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).


       Both the gquilt source code and this man page are licensed under the  GNU  General  Public