restore a shelved change to the working copy
This command accepts an optional name of a shelved change to restore. If none is given, the most recent shelved change is used.
If a shelved change is applied successfully, the bundle that contains the shelved changes is moved to a backup location (.sl/shelve-backup).
Since you can restore a shelved change on top of an arbitrary
commit, it is possible that unshelving will result in a conflict. If
this occurs, you must resolve the conflict, then use
to complete the unshelve operation. The bundle will not be moved
until you successfully complete the unshelve.
Alternatively, you can use
--abort to cancel the conflict
resolution and undo the unshelve, leaving the shelve bundle intact.
After a successful unshelve, the shelved changes are stored in a
backup directory. Only the N most recent backups are kept. N
defaults to 10 but can be overridden using the
Timestamp in seconds is used to decide the order of backups. More
maxbackups backups are kept if same timestamp prevents
from deciding exact order of them, for safety.
Returns 0 on success.
|abort an incomplete unshelve operation|
|continue an incomplete unshelve operation|
|keep shelve after unshelving|
|restore shelved change with given name|
|specify merge tool|