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__copyright__ = """
Copyright (C) 2005, Catalin Marinas <>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
published by the Free Software Foundation.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
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from stgit.commands import common
from stgit.lib import transaction
from stgit import argparse
from stgit.argparse import opt
help = 'Push one or more patches onto the stack'
kind = 'stack'
usage = ['[options] [--] [<patch1>] [<patch2>] [<patch3>..<patch4>]']
description = """
Push one or more patches (defaulting to the first unapplied one) onto
the stack. The 'push' operation allows patch reordering by commuting
them with the three-way merge algorithm. If there are conflicts while
pushing a patch, those conflicts are written to the work tree, and the
command halts. Conflicts raised during the push operation have to be
fixed and the 'git add --update' command run (alternatively, you may
undo the conflicting push with 'stg undo').
The command also notifies when the patch becomes empty (fully merged
upstream) or is modified (three-way merged) by the 'push' operation."""
args = [argparse.patch_range(argparse.unapplied_patches)]
options = [
opt('-a', '--all', action = 'store_true',
short = 'Push all the unapplied patches'),
opt('-n', '--number', type = 'int',
short = 'Push the specified number of patches', long = '''
Push the specified number of patches.
With a negative number, push all but that many patches.'''),
opt('--reverse', action = 'store_true',
short = 'Push the patches in reverse order'),
opt('--set-tree', action = 'store_true',
short = 'Push the patch with the original tree', long = """
Push the patches, but don't perform a merge. Instead, the
resulting tree will be identical to the tree that the patch
previously created.
This can be useful when splitting a patch by first popping the
patch and creating a new patch with some of the
changes. Pushing the original patch with '--set-tree' will
avoid conflicts and only the remaining changes will be in the
] + argparse.keep_option() + argparse.merged_option()
directory = common.DirectoryHasRepositoryLib()
def func(parser, options, args):
"""Pushes the given patches or the first unapplied onto the stack."""
stack = directory.repository.current_stack
iw = stack.repository.default_iw
clean_iw = (not options.keep and iw) or None
trans = transaction.StackTransaction(stack, 'push',
check_clean_iw = clean_iw)
if options.number == 0:
# explicitly allow this without any warning/error message
if not trans.unapplied:
raise common.CmdException('No patches to push')
if options.all:
patches = list(trans.unapplied)
elif options.number is not None:
patches = trans.unapplied[:options.number]
elif not args:
patches = [trans.unapplied[0]]
patches = common.parse_patches(args, trans.unapplied)
if not patches:
raise common.CmdException('No patches to push')
if options.reverse:
if options.set_tree:
for pn in patches:
if options.merged:
merged = set(trans.check_merged(patches))
merged = set()
for pn in patches:
trans.push_patch(pn, iw, allow_interactive = True,
already_merged = pn in merged)
except transaction.TransactionHalted: