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

NAME
       bk level	- set or show the level	of the repository

SYNOPSIS
       bk level	[-l] [num]

DESCRIPTION
       The  bk	level  command	prints or sets the level of the	repository.  A
       repository with no level	setting	defaults to level  1.	The  level  is
       automatically  set when a repository is cloned to the level of the par-
       ent repository.

       With an argument, it sets the level to that argument.   With  no	 argu-
       ment, the command prints	the repository level.  If an error occurs, the
       level is	shown as 1 million (1000000).

       Repository levels may be	 used  to  control  the	 flow  of  changesets.
       Changes may only	flow to	a repository of	the same or higher level.  The
       typical use for levels is to create a stable or bug-fix repository.  If
       that  repository	 has  a	 lower	level than the development repository,
       changes may be moved from stable	to development,	but not	the other way.

OPTIONS
       -l     Just list	the level on a line by itself.	Useful for scripts.

SEE ALSO
       bk-clone, bk-pull, bk-push

CATEGORY
       Repository

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		       bk level(7.3.3)

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