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TIMEW-UNDO(1)			 User Manuals			 TIMEW-UNDO(1)

NAME
       timew-undo - revert Timewarrior commands

SYNOPSIS
       timew undo

DESCRIPTION
       The 'undo' command is used to revert the	action of Timewarrior
       commands. Only commands affecting intervals or Timewarrior
       configuration can be reverted. Timewarrior keeps	a journal of changes
       to the interval database	and Timewarrior	configuration. A call to
       'undo' removes the last entry in	the journal and	restores the previous
       state. As long as there are entries in the journal, you can revert the
       respective action. The 'undo' command itself cannot be undone!

EXAMPLES
       Undo an interval	modification

	       $ timew split @1
	       $ timew undo

timew 1.4.3			  2021-05-28			 TIMEW-UNDO(1)

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