pachctl start commit¶
Start a new commit.
Start a new commit with parent-commit as the parent, or start a commit on the given branch; if the branch does not exist, it will be created.
pachctl start commit <repo>@<branch-or-commit>
```sh # Start a new commit in repo "test" that's not on any branch $ pachctl start commit test # Start a commit in repo "test" on branch "master" $ pachctl start commit [email protected] # Start a commit with "master" as the parent in repo "test", on a new branch "patch"; essentially a fork. $ pachctl start commit [email protected] -p master # Start a commit with XXX as the parent in repo "test", not on any branch $ pachctl start commit test -p XXX
--description string A description of this commit's contents (synonym for --message)
-m, –message string A description of this commit’s contents -p, –parent string The parent of the new commit, unneeded if branch is specified and you want to use the previous head of the branch as the parent.
### Options inherited from parent commands
-v, –verbose Output verbose logs