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The "uv" command:

Usage: fossil unversioned SUBCOMMAND ARGS...
or: fossil uv SUBCOMMAND ARGS..

Unversioned files (UV-files) are artifacts that are synced and are available for download but which do not preserve history. Only the most recent version of each UV-file is retained. Changes to an UV-file are permanent and cannot be undone, so use appropriate caution with this command.

Subcommands:

add FILE ...
Add or update one or more unversioned files in the local repository so that they match FILEs on disk. Changes are not pushed to other repositories until the next sync.

add FILE --as UVFILE
Add or update a single file named FILE on disk and UVFILE in the repository unversioned file namespace. This variant of the 'add' command allows the name to be different in the repository versus what appears on disk, but it only allows adding a single file at a time.

cat FILE ...
Concatenate the content of FILEs to stdout.

edit FILE
Bring up FILE in a text editor for modification.

export FILE OUTPUT
Write the content of FILE into OUTPUT on disk

list | ls
Show all unversioned files held in the local repository. Options:

--glob PATTERN
Show only files that match
--like PATTERN
Show only files that match
-l
Show additional details for files that match. Implied when 'list' is used.

revert ?URL?
Restore the state of all unversioned files in the local repository to match the remote repository URL.

Options:

-v|--verbose
Extra diagnostic output
-n|--dryrun
Show what would have happened

remove|rm|delete FILE ...
Remove unversioned files from the local repository. Changes are not pushed to other repositories until the next sync. Options:

--glob PATTERN
Remove files that match
--like PATTERN
Remove files that match

sync ?URL?
Synchronize the state of all unversioned files with the remote repository URL. The most recent version of each file is propagated to all repositories and all prior versions are permanently forgotten.

Options:

-v|--verbose
Extra diagnostic output
-n|--dryrun
Show what would have happened

touch FILE ...
Update the TIMESTAMP on all of the listed files

Options:

--mtime TIMESTAMP
Use TIMESTAMP instead of "now" for the "add", "edit", "remove", and "touch" subcommands.
-R|--repository FILE
Use FILE as the repository