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bk stripdel(7.3.3)	    BitKeeper User's Manual	    bk stripdel(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk stripdel - strip deltas out of an s.file

SYNOPSIS
       bk stripdel [-bCcdq] [-rrev] filename

DESCRIPTION
       The  bk stripdel	command	is used	to "strip" deltas from a revision his-
       tory.  The deltas, once stripped, are not recoverable.

       This command is typically called	by the bk clone	or the	bk  undo  com-
       mands, and perhaps the bk import	command.  It can be called directly if
       you wish	to remove certain deltas from a	file.

       The bk stripdel command	will  fail  if	the  specified	revisions  are
       included	in a changeset and the -C option is not	present.

WARNING
       It  is  an extremely bad	idea to	use the	-C option, it can corrupt your
       repository.  Instead, consider the -x option of bk get.

OPTIONS
       -C    Do	not respect cset boundaries, used by bk	undo.
       -c    Checks if the specified rev[s] can	be stripped but	do  not	 strip
	     them.
       -d    Strip deltas which	are part of a MONOTONIC	file.
       -q    Run quietly.
       -rrev Set of revisions to be removed.

SEE ALSO
       bk-admin, bk-clone, bk-get, bk-undo

CATEGORY
       File

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		    bk stripdel(7.3.3)

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