Pachctl start commit
pachctl start commit
Start a new commit.
Start a new commit with parent-commit as the parent on the given branch; if the branch does not exist, it will be created.
pachctl start commit <repo>@<branch> [flags]
# Start a commit in repo "test" on branch "master"
$ pachctl start commit test@master
# Start a commit with "master" as the parent in repo "test", on a new branch "patch"; essentially a fork.
$ pachctl start commit test@patch -p master
# Start a commit with XXX as the parent in repo "test" on the branch "fork"
$ pachctl start commit test@fork -p XXX
--description string A description of this commit's contents (synonym for --message)
-h, --help help for commit
-m, --message string A description of this commit's contents
-p, --parent string The parent of the new commit, unneeded if branch is specified and you want to use the previous head of the branch as the parent.
Options inherited from parent commands
--no-color Turn off colors.
-v, --verbose Output verbose logs
Last update: November 1, 2021