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A quilt patchsystem implementation in Python

Project description

python-quilt is a python implementation of the well-known tool quilt to manage a series of patches.

It’s intended to be used within a python application or framework but also provides a console client interface called pquilt.

python-quilt only requires patch and diff for creating and applying diffs.

Source code of python-quilt can be found at

Supported quilt commands

Currently the following quilt commands have been implemented already (but might still miss some features).

  • add
  • applied
  • edit
  • import
  • new
  • next
  • pop
  • previous
  • push
  • top
  • refresh
  • revert
  • series
  • unapplied

Currently unsupported commands

  • delete
  • diff
  • files
  • header
  • rename

Unlikely to be supported

The following quilt commands are unlikely to be implemented either because they they don’t make much sense in a python package or nobody has stepped up to implement its feature.

  • annotate
  • fold
  • fork
  • fold
  • fork
  • graph
  • grep
  • mail
  • patches
  • setup
  • shell
  • snapshot
  • upgrade

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