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pachctl start commit

Learn about the pachctl start commit command

February 13, 2024

pachctl start commit #

Start a new commit.

Synopsis #

This command starts a new commit with parent-commit as the parent on the given branch; if the branch does not exist, it will be created.

To specify a parent commit, use the --parent flag To add a message to the commit, use the --message or --description flag To specify which project the repo is in, use the --project flag

pachctl start commit <repo>@<branch> [flags]

Examples #

 pachctl start commit foo@master 
 pachctl start commit foo@master -p 0001a0100b1c10d01111e001fg00h00i 
 pachctl start commit foo@master --message 'my commit message' 
 pachctl start commit foo@master --description 'my commit description' 
 pachctl start commit foo@master --project bar

Options #

      --description string   Set a description of this commit's contents (synonym for --message). (default "d")
  -h, --help                 help for commit
  -m, --message string       Set a description for the commit's contents (synonym for --description).
  -p, --parent string        Set the parent (by id) of the new commit; only needed when branch is not specified using the @ syntax.
      --project string       Specify the project (by name) where the repo for this commit is located. (default "video-to-frame-traces")

Options inherited from parent commands #

      --no-color   Turn off colors.
  -v, --verbose    Output verbose logs