stash_apply: Apply stash

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

View source: R/stash.R

Description

Apply a single stashed state from the stash list.

Usage

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stash_apply(object = ".", index = 1)

Arguments

object

path to a repository, or a git_repository object, or the stash object to pop. Default is a path = '.' to a reposiory.

index

The index to the stash to apply. Only used when object is a path to a repository or a git_repository object. Default is index = 1.

Details

If local changes in the working directory conflict with changes in the stash then an error will be raised. In this case, the index will always remain unmodified and all files in the working directory will remain unmodified. However, if you are restoring untracked files or ignored files and there is a conflict when applying the modified files, then those files will remain in the working directory.

Value

invisible NULL

Examples

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## Not run: 
## Initialize a temporary repository
path <- tempfile(pattern="git2r-")
dir.create(path)
repo <- init(path)

# Configure a user
config(repo, user.name = "Alice", user.email = "alice@example.org")

# Create a file, add and commit
writeLines("Hello world!", file.path(path, "test.txt"))
add(repo, 'test.txt')
commit(repo, "Commit message")

# Change file
writeLines(c("Hello world!", "HELLO WORLD!"), file.path(path, "test.txt"))

# Create stash in repository
stash(repo)

# Change file
writeLines(c("Hello world!", "HeLlO wOrLd!"), file.path(path, "test.txt"))

# Create stash in repository
stash(repo)

# View stashes
stash_list(repo)

# Read file
readLines(file.path(path, "test.txt"))

# Apply latest git_stash object in repository
stash_apply(stash_list(repo)[[1]])

# Read file
readLines(file.path(path, "test.txt"))

# View stashes
stash_list(repo)

## End(Not run)

git2r documentation built on Jan. 13, 2021, 8:40 a.m.

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