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aegis -New_Change_Undo(1)   General Commands Manual  aegis -New_Change_Undo(1)

NAME
	aegis new change undo -	remove a new change from a project

SYNOPSIS
	aegis -New_Change_Undo [ option...  ]
	aegis -New_Change_Undo -List [ option...  ]
	aegis -New_Change_Undo -Help

DESCRIPTION
	The aegis -New_Change_Undo command is used to remove a new change from
	a project.

	It wasn't called 'aegis	-Remove_Change'	in order to emphasize that
	fact the the change must be in the awaiting development	state.	In
	practice it is possible, with a	combination of commands, to remove any
	change which has not reached the completed boxwid = 1 down S0: arrow "
	new" ljust " change" ljust S1: box "awaiting" "development" arrow "
	develop" ljust " begin"	ljust S2: box "being" "developed" move to
	1/3<S1.nw,S1.sw> spline	left 0.75 then up 2/3 "new" "change" "undo" ->
	move to	S2.w T1: spline	-> left	0.75 then up 11/12     then to
	1/3<S1.sw,S1.nw> " develop" ljust " begin" ljust " undo" ljust at T1.c
	- (0.75,0) state.

	In general, only project administrators	may destroy changes.  However,
	if the project developers_may_create_changes attribute is true,	and
	you are	a developer and	you created a particular change, you may also
	destroy	it.

   Notification
	This is	one of the rare	"state transitions" which does not have	a no-
	tification command.  The assumption is this command is invoked by the
	system which usually receives notifications.  It's probably a bad as-
	sumption.

OPTIONS
	The following options are understood:

	-Change	number
		This option may	be used	to specify a particular	change within
		a project.  See	aegis(1) for a complete	description of this
		option.

	-Help
		This option may	be used	to obtain more information about how
		to use the aegis program.

	-List
		This option may	be used	to obtain a list of suitable subjects
		for this command.  The list may	be more	general	than expected.

	-Project name
		This option may	be used	to select the project of interest.
		When no	-Project option	is specified, the AEGIS_PROJECT	envi-
		ronment	variable is consulted.	If that	does not exist,	the
		user's $HOME/.aegisrc file is examined for a default project
		field (see aeuconf(5) for more information).  If that does not
		exist, when the	user is	only working on	changes	within a sin-
		gle project, the project name defaults to that project.	 Oth-
		erwise,	it is an error.

	-TERse
		This option may	be used	to cause listings to produce the bare
		minimum	of information.	 It is usually useful for shell
		scripts.

	-Verbose
		This option may	be used	to cause aegis to produce more output.
		By default aegis only produces output on errors.  When used
		with the -List option this option causes column	headings to be
		added.

	-Wait	This option may	be used	to require Aegis commands to wait for
		access locks, if they cannot be	obtained immediately.  De-
		faults to the user's lock_wait_preference if not specified,
		see aeuconf(5) for more	information.

	-No_Wait
		This option may	be used	to require Aegis commands to emit a
		fatal error if access locks cannot be obtained immediately.
		Defaults to the	user's lock_wait_preference if not specified,
		see aeuconf(5) for more	information.

	See also aegis(1) for options common to	all aegis commands.

	All options may	be abbreviated;	the abbreviation is documented as the
	upper case letters, all	lower case letters and underscores (_) are op-
	tional.	 You must use consecutive sequences of optional	letters.

	All options are	case insensitive, you may type them in upper case or
	lower case or a	combination of both, case is not important.

	For example: the arguments "-project", "-PROJ" and "-p"	are all	inter-
	preted to mean the -Project option.  The argument "-prj" will not be
	understood, because consecutive	optional characters were not supplied.

	Options	and other command line arguments may be	mixed arbitrarily on
	the command line, after	the function selectors.

	The GNU	long option names are understood.  Since all option names for
	aegis are long,	this means ignoring the	extra leading '-'.  The	"--op-
	tion=value" convention is also understood.

RECOMMENDED ALIAS
	The recommended	alias for this command is
	csh%	alias aencu 'aegis -ncu	\!* -v'
	sh$	aencu(){aegis -ncu "$@"	-v}

ERRORS
	It is an error if the change is	not in the awaiting development	state.
	It is an error if any use other	than a project administrator or	the
	creator	of the change attempts to run this command.

EXIT STATUS
	The aegis command will exit with a status of 1 on any error.  The
	aegis command will only	exit with a status of 0	if there are no	er-
	rors.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
	See aegis(1) for a list	of environment variables which may affect this
	command.  See aepconf(5) for the project configuration file's
	project_specific field for how to set environment variables for	all
	commands executed by Aegis.

SEE ALSO
	aenc(1)	add a new change to a project

	aeuconf(5)
		user configuration file	format

COPYRIGHT
	aegis version 4.25.D510
	Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1993,	1994, 1995, 1996, 1997,	1998, 1999,
	2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,	2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,	2008, 2009, 2010,
	2011, 2012 Peter Miller

	The aegis program comes	with ABSOLUTELY	NO WARRANTY; for details use
	the 'aegis -VERSion License' command.  This is free software and you
	are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; for details
	use the	'aegis -VERSion	License' command.

AUTHOR
	Peter Miller   E-Mail:	 pmiller@opensource.org.au
	/\/\*		  WWW:	 http://miller.emu.id.au/pmiller/

Reference Manual		     Aegis	     aegis -New_Change_Undo(1)

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