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Comment:Begin streamline the online documentation to:
  • always include a short overview of the options supported by a given command, alphabetically sorted
  • reference similar/related commands with a final See also: section
  • Use ?x? for optional arguments
  • collapse supported options into ?OPTIONS? This is commit #1/n.
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User & Date: martin.weber 2011-09-14 00:32:30
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2011-09-14
00:33
Of course THAT was the trunk version I wanted to merge with... check-in: b42d1a9d user: martin.weber tags: msw-docco
00:32
Begin streamline the online documentation to:
  • always include a short overview of the options supported by a given command, alphabetically sorted
  • reference similar/related commands with a final See also: section
  • Use ?x? for optional arguments
  • collapse supported options into ?OPTIONS? This is commit #1/n.
check-in: 3fbf8caa user: martin.weber tags: msw-docco
2011-09-13
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online docco for [4fe2214116] (support for fossil info / descendants ?-R repo?) check-in: a336ff53 user: martin.weber tags: msw-docco
00:40
Add support for the -R option on several command-line subcommands. check-in: 4fe22141 user: drh tags: trunk
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** the "--dotfiles" option to the command-line.
**
** The --ignore option is a comma-separate list of glob patterns for files
** to be excluded.  Example:  '*.o,*.obj,*.exe'  If the --ignore option
** does not appear on the command line then the "ignore-glob" setting is
** used.
**
** SUMMARY: fossil add ?OPTIONS? FILE1 ?FILE2 ...?
** Options: --dotfiles, --ignore






*/
void add_cmd(void){
  int i;                     /* Loop counter */
  int vid;                   /* Currently checked out version */
  int nRoot;                 /* Full path characters in g.zLocalRoot */
  const char *zIgnoreFlag;   /* The --ignore option or ignore-glob setting */
  Glob *pIgnore;             /* Ignore everything matching this glob pattern */
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**
** Remove one or more files or directories from the repository.
**
** This command does NOT remove the files from disk.  It just marks the
** files as no longer being part of the project.  In other words, future
** changes to the named files will not be versioned.
**
** SUMMARY: fossil rm FILE1 ?FILE2 ...?
**      or: fossil delete FILE1 ?FILE2 ...?
*/
void delete_cmd(void){
  int i;
  int vid;
  Stmt loop;

  db_must_be_within_tree();
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  }
  return caseSensitive;
}

/*
** COMMAND: addremove
**
** Usage: %fossil addremove ?--dotfiles? ?--ignore GLOBPATTERN? ?--test?
**
** Do all necessary "add" and "rm" commands to synchronize the repository
** with the content of the working checkout:
**
**  *  All files in the checkout but not in the repository (that is,
**     all files displayed using the "extra" command) are added as
**     if by the "add" command.
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**
** The --ignore option overrides the "ignore-glob" setting.  See
** documentation on the "settings" command for further information.
**
** The --test option shows what would happen without actually doing anything.
**
** This command can be used to track third party software.
**
** SUMMARY: fossil addremove
** Options: ?--dotfiles? ?--ignore GLOB? ?--test? ?--case-sensitive BOOL?





*/
void addremove_cmd(void){
  Blob path;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
  int allFlag = find_option("dotfiles",0,0)!=0;
  int isTest = find_option("test",0,0)!=0;
  int caseSensitive;







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** the "--dotfiles" option to the command-line.
**
** The --ignore option is a comma-separate list of glob patterns for files
** to be excluded.  Example:  '*.o,*.obj,*.exe'  If the --ignore option
** does not appear on the command line then the "ignore-glob" setting is
** used.
**

** Options:
**
**    --dotfiles       include files beginning with a dot (".")   
**    --ignore <CSG>   ignore files matching patterns from the 
**                     comma separated list of glob patterns.
** 
** See also: addremove, rm
*/
void add_cmd(void){
  int i;                     /* Loop counter */
  int vid;                   /* Currently checked out version */
  int nRoot;                 /* Full path characters in g.zLocalRoot */
  const char *zIgnoreFlag;   /* The --ignore option or ignore-glob setting */
  Glob *pIgnore;             /* Ignore everything matching this glob pattern */
................................................................................
**
** Remove one or more files or directories from the repository.
**
** This command does NOT remove the files from disk.  It just marks the
** files as no longer being part of the project.  In other words, future
** changes to the named files will not be versioned.
**
** See also: addremove, add

*/
void delete_cmd(void){
  int i;
  int vid;
  Stmt loop;

  db_must_be_within_tree();
................................................................................
  }
  return caseSensitive;
}

/*
** COMMAND: addremove
**
** Usage: %fossil addremove ?OPTIONS?
**
** Do all necessary "add" and "rm" commands to synchronize the repository
** with the content of the working checkout:
**
**  *  All files in the checkout but not in the repository (that is,
**     all files displayed using the "extra" command) are added as
**     if by the "add" command.
................................................................................
**
** The --ignore option overrides the "ignore-glob" setting.  See
** documentation on the "settings" command for further information.
**
** The --test option shows what would happen without actually doing anything.
**
** This command can be used to track third party software.
** 
** Options: 
**   --dotfiles       include files beginning with a dot (".")   
**   --ignore <CSG>   ignore files matching patterns from the 
**                    comma separated list of glob patterns.
**   --test           If given, show what would be done without doing so.
**
** See also: add, rm
*/
void addremove_cmd(void){
  Blob path;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
  int allFlag = find_option("dotfiles",0,0)!=0;
  int isTest = find_option("test",0,0)!=0;
  int caseSensitive;

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}


/*
** COMMAND: branch
**
** Usage: %fossil branch SUBCOMMAND ... ?-R|--repository FILE?
**
** Run various subcommands to manage branches of the open repository or
** of the repository identified by the -R or --repository option.
**
**    %fossil branch new BRANCH-NAME BASIS ?--bgcolor COLOR? ?--private?
**
**        Create a new branch BRANCH-NAME off of check-in BASIS.
**        You can optionally give the branch a default color.  The
**        --private option makes the branch private.
**
**    %fossil branch list
**    %fossil branch ls
**
**        List all branches.  Use --all or --closed to list all branches
**        or closed branches.  The default is to show only open branches.
**


*/
void branch_cmd(void){
  int n;
  const char *zCmd = "list";
  db_find_and_open_repository(0, 0);
  if( g.argc<2 ){
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/*
** COMMAND: branch
**
** Usage: %fossil branch SUBCOMMAND ... ?OPTIONS?
**
** Run various subcommands to manage branches of the open repository or
** of the repository identified by the -R or --repository option.
**
**    %fossil branch new BRANCH-NAME BASIS ?--bgcolor COLOR? ?--private?
**
**        Create a new branch BRANCH-NAME off of check-in BASIS.
**        You can optionally give the branch a default color.  The
**        --private option makes the branch private.
**
**    %fossil branch list ?-all | --closed?
**    %fossil branch ls ?-all | --closed?
**
**        List all branches.  Use --all or --closed to list all branches
**        or closed branches.  The default is to show only open branches.
**
** Options:
**    -R|--repository FILE       Run commands on repository FILE
*/
void branch_cmd(void){
  int n;
  const char *zCmd = "list";
  db_find_and_open_repository(0, 0);
  if( g.argc<2 ){
    usage("new|list|ls ...");

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  if( relPathOption ){ relativePaths = 1; }
  return relativePaths;
}

/*
** COMMAND: changes
**
** Usage: %fossil changes
**
** Report on the edit status of all files in the current checkout.
** See also the "status" and "extra" commands.
**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**


**    --sha1sum         Verify file status using SHA1 hashing rather
**                      than relying on file mtimes.
**
**    --abs-paths       Display absolute pathnames.
**
**    --rel-paths       Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                      directory.
*/
void changes_cmd(void){
  Blob report;
  int vid;
  int useSha1sum = find_option("sha1sum", 0, 0)!=0;
  int cwdRelative = 0;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
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  status_report(&report, "", 0, cwdRelative);
  blob_write_to_file(&report, "-");
}

/*
** COMMAND: status
**
** Usage: %fossil status
**
** Report on the status of the current checkout.
**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**



**    --sha1sum         Verify file status using SHA1 hashing rather
**                      than relying on file mtimes.
**
**    --abs-paths       Display absolute pathnames.
**
**    --rel-paths       Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                      directory.
*/
void status_cmd(void){
  int vid;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
       /* 012345678901234 */
  fossil_print("repository:   %s\n", db_lget("repository",""));
  fossil_print("local-root:   %s\n", g.zLocalRoot);
................................................................................
  }
  changes_cmd();
}

/*
** COMMAND: ls
**
** Usage: %fossil ls [-l]
**
** Show the names of all files in the current checkout.  The -l provides
** extra information about each file.





*/
void ls_cmd(void){
  int vid;
  Stmt q;
  int isBrief;

  isBrief = find_option("l","l", 0)==0;
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    free(zFullName);
  }
  db_finalize(&q);
}

/*
** COMMAND: extras
** Usage: %fossil extras ?--dotfiles? ?--ignore GLOBPATTERN?
**
** Print a list of all files in the source tree that are not part of
** the current checkout.  See also the "clean" command.
**
** Files and subdirectories whose names begin with "." are normally
** ignored but can be included by adding the --dotfiles option.
**
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** files that are ignored.  The GLOBPATTERN specified by the "ignore-glob"
** is used if the --ignore option is omitted.
**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**
**    --dotfiles        Include files with names beginning with "."
**
**    --ignore GLOBPATTERN 
**                      Override the "ignore-glob" setting.
**
**    --abs-paths       Display absolute pathnames.
**
**    --rel-paths       Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                      directory.
*/
void extra_cmd(void){
  Blob path;
  Blob repo;
  Stmt q;
  int n;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
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  }
  blob_reset(&rewrittenPathname);
  db_finalize(&q);
}

/*
** COMMAND: clean
** Usage: %fossil clean ?--force? ?--dotfiles? ?--ignore GLOBPATTERN?
**
** Delete all "extra" files in the source tree.  "Extra" files are
** files that are not officially part of the checkout.  See also
** the "extra" command. This operation cannot be undone. 
**
** You will be prompted before removing each file. If you are
** sure you wish to remove all "extra" files you can specify the
** optional --force flag and no prompts will be issued.
**
** Files and subdirectories whose names begin with "." are
** normally ignored.  They are included if the "--dotfiles" option
** is used.
**
** The GLOBPATTERN is a comma-separated list of GLOB expressions for
** files that are ignored.  The GLOBPATTERN specified by the "ignore-glob"
** is used if the --ignore option is omitted.








*/
void clean_cmd(void){
  int allFlag;
  int dotfilesFlag;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag;
  Blob path, repo;
  Stmt q;
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**
** The --branch option followed by a branch name causes the new check-in
** to be placed in the named branch.  The --bgcolor option can be followed
** by a color name (ex:  '#ffc0c0') to specify the background color of
** entries in the new branch when shown in the web timeline interface.
**
** A check-in is not permitted to fork unless the --force or -f
** option appears.  A check-in is not allowed against a closed check-in.
**
** The --private option creates a private check-in that is never synced.
** Children of private check-ins are automatically private.
**
** the --tag option applies the symbolic tag name to the check-in.
**
** Options:
**
**    --comment|-m COMMENT-TEXT
**    --message-file|-M COMMENT-FILE
**    --branch NEW-BRANCH-NAME

**    --bgcolor COLOR
**    --nosign
**    --force|-f

**    --private
**    --baseline
**    --delta
**    --tag TAG-NAME
**    

*/
void commit_cmd(void){
  int hasChanges;        /* True if unsaved changes exist */
  int vid;               /* blob-id of parent version */
  int nrid;              /* blob-id of a modified file */
  int nvid;              /* Blob-id of the new check-in */
  Blob comment;          /* Check-in comment */







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  if( relPathOption ){ relativePaths = 1; }
  return relativePaths;
}

/*
** COMMAND: changes
**
** Usage: %fossil changes ?OPTIONS?
**
** Report on the edit status of all files in the current checkout.

**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**    --abs-paths       Display absolute pathnames.
**    --rel-paths       Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                      directory.
**    --sha1sum         Verify file status using SHA1 hashing rather
**                      than relying on file mtimes.
** 


** See also: extra, ls, status

*/
void changes_cmd(void){
  Blob report;
  int vid;
  int useSha1sum = find_option("sha1sum", 0, 0)!=0;
  int cwdRelative = 0;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
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  status_report(&report, "", 0, cwdRelative);
  blob_write_to_file(&report, "-");
}

/*
** COMMAND: status
**
** Usage: %fossil status ?OPTIONS?
**
** Report on the status of the current checkout.
**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**
**    --abs-paths       Display absolute pathnames.
**    --rel-paths       Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                      directory.
**    --sha1sum         Verify file status using SHA1 hashing rather
**                      than relying on file mtimes.
**
** See also: changes, extra, ls



*/
void status_cmd(void){
  int vid;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
       /* 012345678901234 */
  fossil_print("repository:   %s\n", db_lget("repository",""));
  fossil_print("local-root:   %s\n", g.zLocalRoot);
................................................................................
  }
  changes_cmd();
}

/*
** COMMAND: ls
**
** Usage: %fossil ls ?OPTIONS?
**
** Show the names of all files in the current checkout.  The -l provides
** extra information about each file.
**
** Options:
**   -l      Provide extra information about each file.
**
** See also: changes, extra, status
*/
void ls_cmd(void){
  int vid;
  Stmt q;
  int isBrief;

  isBrief = find_option("l","l", 0)==0;
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    free(zFullName);
  }
  db_finalize(&q);
}

/*
** COMMAND: extras
** Usage: %fossil extras ?OPTIONS?
**
** Print a list of all files in the source tree that are not part of
** the current checkout.  See also the "clean" command.
**
** Files and subdirectories whose names begin with "." are normally
** ignored but can be included by adding the --dotfiles option.
**
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** files that are ignored.  The GLOBPATTERN specified by the "ignore-glob"
** is used if the --ignore option is omitted.
**
** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**    --abs-paths      Display absolute pathnames.
**    --dotfiles       include files beginning with a dot (".")   
**    --ignore <CSG>   ignore files matching patterns from the 
**    --rel-paths      Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                     directory.
**
** See also: changes, clean, status



*/
void extra_cmd(void){
  Blob path;
  Blob repo;
  Stmt q;
  int n;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
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  }
  blob_reset(&rewrittenPathname);
  db_finalize(&q);
}

/*
** COMMAND: clean
** Usage: %fossil clean ?OPTIONS?
**
** Delete all "extra" files in the source tree.  "Extra" files are
** files that are not officially part of the checkout. This operation
** cannot be undone.
**
** You will be prompted before removing each file. If you are
** sure you wish to remove all "extra" files you can specify the
** optional --force flag and no prompts will be issued.
**
** Files and subdirectories whose names begin with "." are
** normally ignored.  They are included if the "--dotfiles" option
** is used.
**
** The GLOBPATTERN is a comma-separated list of GLOB expressions for
** files that are ignored.  The GLOBPATTERN specified by the "ignore-glob"
** is used if the --ignore option is omitted.
**
** Options:
**    --dotfiles       include files beginning with a dot (".")   
**    --force          Remove files without prompting
**    --ignore <CSG>   ignore files matching patterns from the 
**                     comma separated list of glob patterns.
**
** See also: addremove, extra, status
*/
void clean_cmd(void){
  int allFlag;
  int dotfilesFlag;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag;
  Blob path, repo;
  Stmt q;
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**
** The --branch option followed by a branch name causes the new check-in
** to be placed in the named branch.  The --bgcolor option can be followed
** by a color name (ex:  '#ffc0c0') to specify the background color of
** entries in the new branch when shown in the web timeline interface.
**
** A check-in is not permitted to fork unless the --force or -f
** option appears.  A check-in is not allowed against a closed leaf.
**
** The --private option creates a private check-in that is never synced.
** Children of private check-ins are automatically private.
**
** the --tag option applies the symbolic tag name to the check-in.
**
** Options:
**    --baseline                 use a baseline manifest in the commit process
**    --bgcolor COLOR            apply given COLOR to the branch

**    --branch NEW-BRANCH-NAME   check in to this new branch
**    --comment|-m COMMENT-TEXT  use COMMENT-TEXT as commit comment
**    --delta                    use a delta manifest in the commit process

**    --force|-f                 allow forking with this commit
**    --message-file|-M FILE     read the commit comment from given file
**    --nosign                   do not attempt to sign this commit with gpg
**    --private                  do not sync changes and their descendants

**    --tag TAG-NAME             assign given tag TAG-NAME to the checkin
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** See also: branch, changes, checkout, extra, sync
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void commit_cmd(void){
  int hasChanges;        /* True if unsaved changes exist */
  int vid;               /* blob-id of parent version */
  int nrid;              /* blob-id of a modified file */
  int nvid;              /* Blob-id of the new check-in */
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** COMMAND: checkout
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** Usage: %fossil checkout VERSION ?-f|--force? ?--keep?

**
** Check out a version specified on the command-line.  This command
** will abort if there are edited files in the current checkout unless
** the --force option appears on the command-line.  The --keep option
** leaves files on disk unchanged, except the manifest and manifest.uuid
** files.
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** The --latest flag can be used in place of VERSION to checkout the
** latest version in the repository.
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void checkout_cmd(void){
  int forceFlag;                 /* Force checkout even if edits exist */
  int keepFlag;                  /* Do not change any files on disk */
  int latestFlag;                /* Checkout the latest version */
  char *zVers;                   /* Version to checkout */
  int promptFlag;                /* True to prompt before overwriting */
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/*
** COMMAND: close
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** Usage: %fossil close ?-f|--force?
**
** The opposite of "open".  Close the current database connection.
** Require a -f or --force flag if there are unsaved changed in the
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void close_cmd(void){
  int forceFlag = find_option("force","f",0)!=0;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
  if( !forceFlag && unsaved_changes()==1 ){
    fossil_fatal("there are unsaved changes in the current checkout");
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** COMMAND: checkout
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** Check out a version specified on the command-line.  This command
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**    --force   Ignore edited files in the current checkout
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void checkout_cmd(void){
  int forceFlag;                 /* Force checkout even if edits exist */
  int keepFlag;                  /* Do not change any files on disk */
  int latestFlag;                /* Checkout the latest version */
  char *zVers;                   /* Version to checkout */
  int promptFlag;                /* True to prompt before overwriting */
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/*
** COMMAND: close
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** Usage: %fossil close ?OPTIONS?
**
** The opposite of "open".  Close the current database connection.
** Require a -f or --force flag if there are unsaved changed in the
** current check-out.
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** Options:
**   --force|-f  necessary to close a check out with uncommitted changes
**
** See also: open
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void close_cmd(void){
  int forceFlag = find_option("force","f",0)!=0;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
  if( !forceFlag && unsaved_changes()==1 ){
    fossil_fatal("there are unsaved changes in the current checkout");
  }
  unlink_local_database(1);
  db_close(1);
  unlink_local_database(0);
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** By default, your current login name is used to create the default
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** parameter.
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** Options:
**
**    --admin-user|-A USERNAME    Make USERNAME the administrator
**    --private                   Also clone private branches 
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void clone_cmd(void){
  char *zPassword;
  const char *zDefaultUser;   /* Optional name of the default user */
  const char *zPw;     /* The user clone password */
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**    --private                   Also clone private branches 
**    --ssl-identity=filename     Use the SSL identity if requested by the server
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** See also: init
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void clone_cmd(void){
  char *zPassword;
  const char *zDefaultUser;   /* Optional name of the default user */
  const char *zPw;     /* The user clone password */
  int nErr = 0;
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** Usage: %fossil configuration METHOD ... ?-R|--repository REPOSITORY?
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** Where METHOD is one of: export import merge pull push reset.  All methods
** accept the -R or --repository option to specific a repository.
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**         Restore the configuration to the default.  AREA as above.
**
**    %fossil configuration sync AREA ?URL?
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** Usage: %fossil configuration METHOD ... ?OPTIONS?
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** Where METHOD is one of: export import merge pull push reset.  All methods
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**         Synchronize configuration changes in the local repository with
**         the remote repository at URL.  
**
** Options:
**    -R|--repository FILE       Extract info from repository FILE
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** See also: set
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  int n;
  const char *zMethod;
  if( g.argc<3 ){
    usage("export|import|merge|pull|reset ...");
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** Extract an artifact by its SHA1 hash and write the results on
** standard output, or if the optional 4th argument is given, in
** the named output file.
**
** Options:
**
**    -R|--repository FILE       Extract artifacts from repository FILE
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** standard output, or if the optional 4th argument is given, in
** the named output file.
**
** Options:

**    -R|--repository FILE       Extract artifacts from repository FILE
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  int rid;
  Blob content;
  const char *zFile;
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** Options:
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void create_repository_cmd(void){
  char *zPassword;
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** See also: clone
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  const char *zDate;          /* Date of the initial check-in */
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** Find all leaf descendants of the baseline specified or if the argument
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** COMMAND:  leaves
**
** Usage: %fossil leaves ?--all? ?--closed?
**
** Find leaves of all branches.  By default show only open leaves.
** The --all flag causes all leaves (closed and open) to be shown.
** The --closed flag shows only closed leaves.
**
** The --recompute flag causes the content of the "leaf" table in the
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  Stmt q;
  Blob sql;
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** See also: finfo, info, leaves
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** COMMAND:  leaves
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** Usage: %fossil leaves ?OPTIONS?
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** Find leaves of all branches.  By default show only open leaves.
** The --all flag causes all leaves (closed and open) to be shown.
** The --closed flag shows only closed leaves.
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** The --recompute flag causes the content of the "leaf" table in the
** repository database to be recomputed.
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** Options:
**   --all        show ALL leaves
**   --closed     show only closed leaves
**   --recompute  recompute the "leaf" table in the repository DB
**
** See also: descendants, finfo, info, branch
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void leaves_cmd(void){
  Stmt q;
  Blob sql;
  int showAll = find_option("all", 0, 0)!=0;
  int showClosed = find_option("closed", 0, 0)!=0;
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** COMMAND: annotate
**
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** the file was last modified.
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** the file was last modified.
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** COMMAND: diff
** COMMAND: gdiff
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** Usage: %fossil diff|gdiff ?options? ?FILE1? ?FILE2 ...?
**
** Show the difference between the current version of each of the FILEs
** specified (as they exist on disk) and that same file as it was checked
** out.  Or if the FILE arguments are omitted, show the unsaved changed
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  int isInternDiff;          /* True for internal diff */
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** Show the difference between the current version of each of the FILEs
** specified (as they exist on disk) and that same file as it was checked
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  int isGDiff;               /* True for gdiff.  False for normal diff */
  int isInternDiff;          /* True for internal diff */
  int hasNFlag;              /* True if -N or --new-file flag is used */
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** Write an export of all check-ins to standard output.  The export is
** written in the git-fast-export file format assuming the --git option is
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**   --import-marks FILE          read rids of data to ignore from FILE
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** For the -l|--log option: If "-b|--brief" is specified one line per revision
** is printed, otherwise the full comment is printed.  The "--limit N"
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** In the -s form prints the status as <status> <revision>.  This is
** a quick status and does not check for up-to-date-ness of the file.
**
** In the -p form, there's an optional flag "-r|--revision REVISION".
** The specified version (or the latest checked out version) is printed
** to stdout.
**
** Options:
**   --brief|-b          display a brief (one line / revision) summary
**   --limit N           display the first N changes
**   --log|-l            select log mode (the default)
**   --offset P          skip P changes
**   -p                  select print mode
**   --revision|-r R     print the given revision (or ckout, if none is given)
**                       to stdout (only in print mode)
**   -s                  select status mode (print a status indicator for FILE)
**
** See also: descendants, info, leaves
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void finfo_cmd(void){
  db_must_be_within_tree();
  if (find_option("status","s",0)) {
    Stmt q;
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  return;
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/*
** COMMAND: import
**
** Usage: %fossil import --git NEW-REPOSITORY
**
** Read text generated by the git-fast-export command and use it to
** construct a new Fossil repository named by the NEW-REPOSITORY
** argument.  The git-fast-export text is read from standard input.
**
** The git-fast-export file format is currently the only VCS interchange
** format that is understood, though other interchange formats may be added
** in the future.
**
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void git_import_cmd(void){
  char *zPassword;
  FILE *pIn;
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/*
** COMMAND: import
**
** Usage: %fossil import --git ?OPTIONS? NEW-REPOSITORY
**
** Read text generated by the git-fast-export command and use it to
** construct a new Fossil repository named by the NEW-REPOSITORY
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** The git-fast-export file format is currently the only VCS interchange
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**
** The --incremental option allows an existing repository to be extended
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**   --incremental  allow importing into an existing repository
**
** See also: export
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void git_import_cmd(void){
  char *zPassword;
  FILE *pIn;
  Stmt q;
  int forceFlag = find_option("force", "f", 0)!=0;
  int incrFlag = find_option("incremental", "i", 0)!=0;

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** COMMAND: merge
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** Usage: %fossil merge [--cherrypick] [--backout] VERSION
**
** The argument VERSION is a version that should be merged into the
** current checkout.  All changes from VERSION back to the nearest
** common ancestor are merged.  Except, if either of the --cherrypick or
** --backout options are used only the changes associated with the
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** COMMAND: merge
**
** Usage: %fossil merge ?OPTIONS? VERSION
**
** The argument VERSION is a version that should be merged into the
** current checkout.  All changes from VERSION back to the nearest
** common ancestor are merged.  Except, if either of the --cherrypick or
** --backout options are used only the changes associated with the
** single check-in VERSION are merged.  The --backout option causes
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  db_end_transaction(0);
}

/*
** COMMAND:  rebuild
**
** Usage: %fossil rebuild ?REPOSITORY?
**
** Reconstruct the named repository database from the core
** records.  Run this command after updating the fossil
** executable in a way that changes the database schema.
**
** Options:
**
**   --noverify    Skip the verification of changes to the BLOB table
**   --force       Force the rebuild to complete even if errors are seen
**   --randomize   Scan artifacts in a random order
**   --cluster     Compute clusters for unclustered artifacts
**   --pagesize N  Set the database pagesize to N. (512..65536 and power of 2)


**   --wal         Set Write-Ahead-Log journalling mode on the database
**   --compress    Strive to make the database as small as possible
**   --vacuum      Run VACUUM on the database after rebuilding

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void rebuild_database(void){
  int forceFlag;
  int randomizeFlag;
  int errCnt;
  int omitVerify;
  int doClustering;
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    }
    db_finalize(&q);
  }
}

/*
** COMMAND: scrub
** %fossil scrub [--verily] [--force] [--private] [REPOSITORY]
**
** The command removes sensitive information (such as passwords) from a
** repository so that the respository can be sent to an untrusted reader.
**
** By default, only passwords are removed.  However, if the --verily option
** is added, then private branches, concealed email addresses, IP
** addresses of correspondents, and similar privacy-sensitive fields
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** branches are removed and all other information is left intact.
**
** This command permanently deletes the scrubbed information.  The effects
** of this command are irreversible.  Use with caution.
**
** The user is prompted to confirm the scrub unless the --force option
** is used.





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void scrub_cmd(void){
  int bVerily = find_option("verily",0,0)!=0;
  int bForce = find_option("force", "f", 0)!=0;
  int privateOnly = find_option("private",0,0)!=0;
  int bNeedRebuild = 0;
  if( g.argc!=2 && g.argc!=3 ) usage("?REPOSITORY?");
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** Usage: %fossil reconstruct FILENAME DIRECTORY
**
** This command studies the artifacts (files) in DIRECTORY and
** reconstructs the fossil record from them. It places the new
** fossil repository in FILENAME. Subdirectories are read, files
** with leading '.' in the filename are ignored.
**

*/
void reconstruct_cmd(void) {
  char *zPassword;
  if( g.argc!=4 ){
    usage("FILENAME DIRECTORY");
  }
  if( file_isdir(g.argv[3])!=1 ){
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}

/*
** COMMAND: deconstruct
**
** Usage %fossil deconstruct ?OPTIONS? DESTINATION
**
** Options:
**   -R|--repository REPOSITORY
**   -L|--prefixlength N
**
** This command exports all artifacts of a given repository and
** writes all artifacts to the file system. The DESTINATION directory
** will be populated with subdirectories AA and files AA/BBBBBBBBB.., where
** AABBBBBBBBB.. is the 40 character artifact ID, AA the first 2 characters.
** If -L|--prefixlength is given, the length (default 2) of the directory
** prefix can be set to 0,1,..,9 characters.







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  const char *zDestDir;
  const char *zPrefixOpt;
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/*
** COMMAND:  rebuild
**
** Usage: %fossil rebuild ?REPOSITORY? ?OPTIONS?
**
** Reconstruct the named repository database from the core
** records.  Run this command after updating the fossil
** executable in a way that changes the database schema.
**
** Options:
**   --cluster     Compute clusters for unclustered artifacts
**   --compress    Strive to make the database as small as possible
**   --force       Force the rebuild to complete even if errors are seen
**   --noverify    Skip the verification of changes to the BLOB table

**   --pagesize N  Set the database pagesize to N. (512..65536 and power of 2)
**   --randomize   Scan artifacts in a random order
**   --vacuum      Run VACUUM on the database after rebuilding
**   --wal         Set Write-Ahead-Log journalling mode on the database

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** See also: deconstruct, reconstruct
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void rebuild_database(void){
  int forceFlag;
  int randomizeFlag;
  int errCnt;
  int omitVerify;
  int doClustering;
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    db_finalize(&q);
  }
}

/*
** COMMAND: scrub
** %fossil scrub ?OPTIONS? ?REPOSITORY?
**
** The command removes sensitive information (such as passwords) from a
** repository so that the respository can be sent to an untrusted reader.
**
** By default, only passwords are removed.  However, if the --verily option
** is added, then private branches, concealed email addresses, IP
** addresses of correspondents, and similar privacy-sensitive fields
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**
** This command permanently deletes the scrubbed information.  The effects
** of this command are irreversible.  Use with caution.
**
** The user is prompted to confirm the scrub unless the --force option
** is used.
**
** Options:
**   --force     do not prompt for confirmation
**   --private   only private branches are removed from the repository
**   --verily    scrub real thoroughly (see above)
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void scrub_cmd(void){
  int bVerily = find_option("verily",0,0)!=0;
  int bForce = find_option("force", "f", 0)!=0;
  int privateOnly = find_option("private",0,0)!=0;
  int bNeedRebuild = 0;
  if( g.argc!=2 && g.argc!=3 ) usage("?REPOSITORY?");
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** Usage: %fossil reconstruct FILENAME DIRECTORY
**
** This command studies the artifacts (files) in DIRECTORY and
** reconstructs the fossil record from them. It places the new
** fossil repository in FILENAME. Subdirectories are read, files
** with leading '.' in the filename are ignored.
**
** See also: deconstruct, rebuild
*/
void reconstruct_cmd(void) {
  char *zPassword;
  if( g.argc!=4 ){
    usage("FILENAME DIRECTORY");
  }
  if( file_isdir(g.argv[3])!=1 ){
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/*
** COMMAND: deconstruct
**
** Usage %fossil deconstruct ?OPTIONS? DESTINATION
**



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** This command exports all artifacts of a given repository and
** writes all artifacts to the file system. The DESTINATION directory
** will be populated with subdirectories AA and files AA/BBBBBBBBB.., where
** AABBBBBBBBB.. is the 40 character artifact ID, AA the first 2 characters.
** If -L|--prefixlength is given, the length (default 2) of the directory
** prefix can be set to 0,1,..,9 characters.
** 
** Options:
**   -R|--repository REPOSITORY  deconstruct given REPOSITORY
**   -L|--prefixlength N         set the length of the names of the DESTINATION
**                               subdirectories to N
**
** See also: rebuild, reconstruct
*/
void deconstruct_cmd(void){
  const char *zDestDir;
  const char *zPrefixOpt;
  Stmt        s;

  /* check number of arguments */