Usage

pwclient

usage: pwclient [-h]
                {apply,git-am,get,info,projects,check-list,check-info,check-create,states,view,update,list,search}
                ...
-h, --help

show this help message and exit

Use ‘pwclient <command> –help’ for more info.

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pwclient apply

usage: pwclient apply [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

pwclient check-create

usage: pwclient check-create [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] [-c CONTEXT]
                             [-s {pending,success,warning,fail}]
                             [-u TARGET_URL] [-d DESCRIPTION]
                             PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

-c <context>
-s {pending,success,warning,fail}
-u <target_url>
-d <description>

pwclient check-info

usage: pwclient check-info ID
id

check ID

pwclient check-list

usage: pwclient check-list

pwclient get

usage: pwclient get [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

pwclient git-am

usage: pwclient git-am [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] [-s] [-3]
                       PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

-s, --signoff

pass ‘–signoff’ to ‘git-am’

-3, --3way

pass ‘–3way’ to ‘git-am’

pwclient info

usage: pwclient info [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

pwclient list

usage: pwclient list [-h] [-s STATE] [-a {yes,no}] [-p PROJECT] [-w WHO]
                     [-d WHO] [-n MAX#] [-N MAX#] [-m MESSAGEID] [-f FORMAT]
                     [STR]
str

substring to search for patches by name

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

-s <state>

filter by patch state (e.g., ‘New’, ‘Accepted’, etc.)

-a {yes,no}

filter by patch archived state

-p <project>

filter by project name (see ‘projects’ for list)

-w <who>

filter by submitter (name, e-mail substring search)

-d <who>

filter by delegate (name, e-mail substring search)

-n <max#>

limit results to first n

-N <max#>

limit results to last N

-m <messageid>

filter by Message-Id

-f <format>

print output in the given format. You can use tags matching fields, e.g. %{id}, %{state}, or %{msgid}.

pwclient projects

usage: pwclient projects [-h]
-h, --help

show this help message and exit

pwclient states

usage: pwclient states [-h]
-h, --help

show this help message and exit

pwclient update

usage: pwclient update [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] [-c COMMIT-REF] [-s STATE]
                       [-a {yes,no}]
                       PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project

-c <commit-ref>

commit reference hash

-s <state>

set patch state (e.g., ‘Accepted’, ‘Superseded’ etc.)

-a {yes,no}

set patch archived state

using a COMMIT-REF allows for only one ID to be specified

pwclient view

usage: pwclient view [--help] [-h] [-p PROJECT] PATCH_ID [PATCH_ID ...]
patch_id

patch ID

--help

show this help message and exit

-h

lookup by patch hash

-p <project>

lookup patch in project