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User & Date: drh 2020-06-25 00:17:04
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2020-06-25
13:32
Add a link to the built-in help to the permuted documentation index. (check-in: db90281cb3 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:17
On webpages, render help text as HTML. (check-in: e58c76a1d0 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:16
Adjust help text to work better with the new formatter. (Leaf check-in: a8a606996b user: drh tags: formatted-online-help)
2020-06-23
12:52
Update the backoffice poller so that it invokes each backoffice at least once every hour - configurable using the --min command-line option. (check-in: e1d8cea28a user: drh tags: trunk)
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**
** The --case-sensitive option determines whether or not filenames should
** be treated case sensitive or not. If the option is not given, the default
** depends on the global setting, or the operating system default, if not set.
**
** Options:
**
**    --case-sensitive <BOOL> Override the case-sensitive setting.
**    --dotfiles              include files beginning with a dot (".")
**    -f|--force              Add files without prompting
**    --ignore <CSG>          Ignore unmanaged files matching patterns from
**                            the comma separated list of glob patterns.
**    --clean <CSG>           Also ignore files matching patterns from
**                            the comma separated list of glob patterns.
**    --reset                 Reset the ADDED state of a checkout, such
**                            that all newly-added (but not yet committed)
**                            files are no longer added. No flags other
**                            than --verbose and --dry-run may be used
**                            with --reset.
**
** The following options are only valid with --reset:
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**
** The -n|--dry-run option shows what would happen without actually doing
** anything.
**
** This command can be used to track third party software.
**
** Options:
**   --case-sensitive <BOOL> Override the case-sensitive setting.
**   --dotfiles              Include files beginning with a dot (".")
**   --ignore <CSG>          Ignore unmanaged files matching patterns from
**                           the comma separated list of glob patterns.
**   --clean <CSG>           Also ignore files matching patterns from
**                           the comma separated list of glob patterns.
**   -n|--dry-run            If given, display instead of run actions.
**   --reset                 Reset the ADDED/DELETED state of a checkout,
**                           such that all newly-added (but not yet committed)
**                           files are no longer added and all newly-removed
**                           (but not yet committed) files are no longer
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**
** The --case-sensitive option determines whether or not filenames should
** be treated case sensitive or not. If the option is not given, the default
** depends on the global setting, or the operating system default, if not set.
**
** Options:
**
**    --case-sensitive BOOL   Override the case-sensitive setting.
**    --dotfiles              include files beginning with a dot (".")
**    -f|--force              Add files without prompting
**    --ignore CSG            Ignore unmanaged files matching patterns from
**                            the Comma Separated Glob (CSG) pattern list
**    --clean CSG             Also ignore files matching patterns from
**                            the Comma Separated Glob (CSG) list
**    --reset                 Reset the ADDED state of a checkout, such
**                            that all newly-added (but not yet committed)
**                            files are no longer added. No flags other
**                            than --verbose and --dry-run may be used
**                            with --reset.
**
** The following options are only valid with --reset:
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**
** The -n|--dry-run option shows what would happen without actually doing
** anything.
**
** This command can be used to track third party software.
**
** Options:
**   --case-sensitive BOOL   Override the case-sensitive setting.
**   --dotfiles              Include files beginning with a dot (".")
**   --ignore CSG            Ignore unmanaged files matching patterns from
**                           the Comma Separated Glob (CSG) list
**   --clean CSG             Also ignore files matching patterns from
**                           the Comma Separated Glob (CSG) list
**   -n|--dry-run            If given, display instead of run actions.
**   --reset                 Reset the ADDED/DELETED state of a checkout,
**                           such that all newly-added (but not yet committed)
**                           files are no longer added and all newly-removed
**                           (but not yet committed) files are no longer
**                           removed. No flags other than --verbose and
**                           --dry-run may be used with --reset.

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**                supported by the rebuild command itself, if any are
**                present, are passed along verbatim.  The --force and
**                --randomize options are not supported.
**
**    sync        Run a "sync" on all repositories.  Only the --verbose
**                and --unversioned options are supported.
**
**    setting     Run the "setting", "set", or "unset" commands on all
**    set         repositories.  These command are particularly useful in
**    unset       conjunction with the "max-loadavg" setting which cannot
**                otherwise be set globally.
**
**    server      Run the "ui" or "server" commands on all repositories.
**    ui          The root URI gives a listing of all repos.
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**                supported by the rebuild command itself, if any are
**                present, are passed along verbatim.  The --force and
**                --randomize options are not supported.
**
**    sync        Run a "sync" on all repositories.  Only the --verbose
**                and --unversioned options are supported.
**
**    set|unset   Run the "setting", "set", or "unset" commands on all
**                repositories.  These command are particularly useful in
**                conjunction with the "max-loadavg" setting which cannot
**                otherwise be set globally.
**
**    server      Run the "ui" or "server" commands on all repositories.
**    ui          The root URI gives a listing of all repos.
**
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** In addition, the following maintenance operations are supported:

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/*
** COMMAND: attachment*
**
** Usage: %fossil attachment add ?PAGENAME? FILENAME ?OPTIONS?
**
**       Add an attachment to an existing wiki page or tech note.

**
**       Options:
**         -t|--technote DATETIME      Specifies the timestamp of
**                                     the technote to which the attachment
**                                     is to be made. The attachment will be
**                                     to the most recently modified tech note
**                                     with the specified timestamp.

**         -t|--technote TECHNOTE-ID   Specifies the technote to be
**                                     updated by its technote id.
**
**       One of PAGENAME, DATETIME or TECHNOTE-ID must be specified.
**
** DATETIME may be "now" or "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS". If in
** year-month-day form, it may be truncated, the "T" may be replaced by
** a space, and it may also name a timezone offset from UTC as "-HH:MM"
** (westward) or "+HH:MM" (eastward). Either no timezone suffix or "Z"
** means UTC.
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/*
** COMMAND: attachment*
**
** Usage: %fossil attachment add ?PAGENAME? FILENAME ?OPTIONS?
**
** Add an attachment to an existing wiki page or tech note.
** Options:
**

**    -t|--technote DATETIME      Specifies the timestamp of
**                                the technote to which the attachment
**                                is to be made. The attachment will be
**                                to the most recently modified tech note
**                                with the specified timestamp.
**
**    -t|--technote TECHNOTE-ID   Specifies the technote to be
**                                updated by its technote id.
**
** One of PAGENAME, DATETIME or TECHNOTE-ID must be specified.
**
** DATETIME may be "now" or "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS". If in
** year-month-day form, it may be truncated, the "T" may be replaced by
** a space, and it may also name a timezone offset from UTC as "-HH:MM"
** (westward) or "+HH:MM" (eastward). Either no timezone suffix or "Z"
** means UTC.
*/

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/*
** COMMAND: bisect
**
** Usage: %fossil bisect SUBCOMMAND ...
**
** Run various subcommands useful for searching for bugs.
**
**   fossil bisect bad ?VERSION?
**
**     Identify version VERSION as non-working.  If VERSION is omitted,
**     the current checkout is marked as non-working.
**
**   fossil bisect good ?VERSION?
**
**     Identify version VERSION as working.  If VERSION is omitted,
**     the current checkout is marked as working.
**
**   fossil bisect log
**   fossil bisect chart
**
**     Show a log of "good" and "bad" versions.  "bisect log" shows the
**     events in the order that they were tested.  "bisect chart" shows
**     them in order of check-in.
**
**   fossil bisect next
**
**     Update to the next version that is halfway between the working and
**     non-working versions.
**
**   fossil bisect options ?NAME? ?VALUE?
**
**     List all bisect options, or the value of a single option, or set the
**     value of a bisect option.
**
**   fossil bisect reset
**
**     Reinitialize a bisect session.  This cancels prior bisect history
**     and allows a bisect session to start over from the beginning.
**
**   fossil bisect vlist|ls|status ?-a|--all?
**
**     List the versions in between "bad" and "good".
**
**   fossil bisect ui
**
**     Like "fossil ui" except start on a timeline that shows only the
**     check-ins that are part of the current bisect.
**
**   fossil bisect undo
**
**     Undo the most recent "good" or "bad" command.
**
** Summary:
**
**   fossil bisect bad ?VERSION?
**   fossil bisect good ?VERSION?
**   fossil bisect log
**   fossil bisect chart
**   fossil bisect next
**   fossil bisect options
**   fossil bisect reset
**   fossil bisect status
**   fossil bisect ui
**   fossil bisect undo
*/
void bisect_cmd(void){
  int n;
  const char *zCmd;
  int foundCmd = 0;
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/*
** COMMAND: bisect
**
** Usage: %fossil bisect SUBCOMMAND ...
**
** Run various subcommands useful for searching for bugs.
**
** > fossil bisect bad ?VERSION?
**
**       Identify version VERSION as non-working.  If VERSION is omitted,
**       the current checkout is marked as non-working.
**
** > fossil bisect good ?VERSION?
**
**       Identify version VERSION as working.  If VERSION is omitted,
**       the current checkout is marked as working.
**
** > fossil bisect log
** > fossil bisect chart
**
**       Show a log of "good" and "bad" versions.  "bisect log" shows the
**       events in the order that they were tested.  "bisect chart" shows
**       them in order of check-in.
**
** > fossil bisect next
**
**       Update to the next version that is halfway between the working and
**       non-working versions.
**
** > fossil bisect options ?NAME? ?VALUE?
**
**       List all bisect options, or the value of a single option, or set the
**       value of a bisect option.
**
** > fossil bisect reset
**
**       Reinitialize a bisect session.  This cancels prior bisect history
**       and allows a bisect session to start over from the beginning.
**
** > fossil bisect vlist|ls|status ?-a|--all?
**
**       List the versions in between "bad" and "good".
**
** > fossil bisect ui
**
**       Like "fossil ui" except start on a timeline that shows only the
**       check-ins that are part of the current bisect.
**
** > fossil bisect undo
**
**       Undo the most recent "good" or "bad" command.
**
** Summary:

**  * fossil bisect bad ?VERSION?
**  * fossil bisect good ?VERSION?
**  * fossil bisect log
**  * fossil bisect chart
**  * fossil bisect next
**  * fossil bisect options
**  * fossil bisect reset
**  * fossil bisect status
**  * fossil bisect ui
**  * fossil bisect undo
*/
void bisect_cmd(void){
  int n;
  const char *zCmd;
  int foundCmd = 0;
  db_must_be_within_tree();
  if( g.argc<3 ){

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** COMMAND: branch
**
** Usage: %fossil branch SUBCOMMAND ... ?OPTIONS?
**
** Run various subcommands to manage branches of the open repository or
** of the repository identified by the -R or --repository option.
**
**    fossil branch current
**
**        Print the name of the branch for the current check-out
**
**    fossil branch info BRANCH-NAME
**
**        Print information about a branch
**
**    fossil branch list|ls ?OPTIONS?
**
**        List all branches. Options:
**          -a|--all      List all branches.  Default show only open branches
**          -c|--closed   List closed branches.
**          -r            Reverse the sort order
**          -t            Show recently changed branches first
**
**    fossil branch new BRANCH-NAME BASIS ?OPTIONS?
**
**        Create a new branch BRANCH-NAME off of check-in BASIS.
**        Supported options for this subcommand include:
**        --private             branch is private (i.e., remains local)
**        --bgcolor COLOR       use COLOR instead of automatic background
**        --nosign              do not sign contents on this branch
**        --date-override DATE  DATE to use instead of 'now'
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**
**        DATE may be "now" or "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS". If in
**        year-month-day form, it may be truncated, the "T" may be
**        replaced by a space, and it may also name a timezone offset
**        from UTC as "-HH:MM" (westward) or "+HH:MM" (eastward).
**        Either no timezone suffix or "Z" means UTC.
**
** Options:

**    -R|--repository FILE       Run commands on repository FILE
**
** Summary:
**    fossil branch current
**    fossil branch info BRANCH-NAME
**    fossil branch [list|ls]
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** COMMAND: branch
**
** Usage: %fossil branch SUBCOMMAND ... ?OPTIONS?
**
** Run various subcommands to manage branches of the open repository or
** of the repository identified by the -R or --repository option.
**
** >  fossil branch current
**
**        Print the name of the branch for the current check-out
**
** >  fossil branch info BRANCH-NAME
**
**        Print information about a branch
**
** >  fossil branch list|ls ?OPTIONS?
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**        List all branches. Options:
**          -a|--all      List all branches.  Default show only open branches
**          -c|--closed   List closed branches.
**          -r            Reverse the sort order
**          -t            Show recently changed branches first
**
** >  fossil branch new BRANCH-NAME BASIS ?OPTIONS?
**
**        Create a new branch BRANCH-NAME off of check-in BASIS.
**        Supported options for this subcommand include:
**        --private             branch is private (i.e., remains local)
**        --bgcolor COLOR       use COLOR instead of automatic background
**        --nosign              do not sign contents on this branch
**        --date-override DATE  DATE to use instead of 'now'
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**
**        DATE may be "now" or "YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSS". If in
**        year-month-day form, it may be truncated, the "T" may be
**        replaced by a space, and it may also name a timezone offset
**        from UTC as "-HH:MM" (westward) or "+HH:MM" (eastward).
**        Either no timezone suffix or "Z" means UTC.
**
** Options valid for all subcommands:
**
**    -R|--repository FILE       Run commands on repository FILE
**
** Summary:
**    fossil branch current
**    fossil branch info BRANCH-NAME
**    fossil branch [list|ls]
**    fossil branch new BRANCH-NAME BASIS

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/*
** COMMAND: bundle
**
** Usage: %fossil bundle SUBCOMMAND ARGS...
**
**   fossil bundle append BUNDLE FILE...
**
**      Add files named on the command line to BUNDLE.  This subcommand has
**      little practical use and is mostly intended for testing.
**
**   fossil bundle cat BUNDLE HASH...
**
**      Extract one or more artifacts from the bundle and write them
**      consecutively on standard output.  This subcommand was designed
**      for testing and introspection of bundles and is not something
**      commonly used.
**
**   fossil bundle export BUNDLE ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Generate a new bundle, in the file named BUNDLE, that contains a
**      subset of the check-ins in the repository (usually a single branch)
**      described by the --branch, --from, --to, and/or --checkin options,
**      at least one of which is required.  If BUNDLE already exists, the
**      specified content is added to the bundle.
**
**         --branch BRANCH            Package all check-ins on BRANCH.
**         --from TAG1 --to TAG2      Package check-ins between TAG1 and TAG2.
**         --checkin TAG              Package the single check-in TAG
**         --standalone               Do no use delta-encoding against
**                                      artifacts not in the bundle
**
**   fossil bundle extend BUNDLE
**
**      The BUNDLE must already exist.  This subcommand adds to the bundle
**      any check-ins that are descendants of check-ins already in the bundle,
**      and any tags that apply to artifacts in the bundle.
**
**   fossil bundle import BUNDLE ?--publish?
**
**      Import all content from BUNDLE into the repository.  By default, the
**      imported files are private and will not sync.  Use the --publish
**      option to make the import public.
**
**   fossil bundle ls BUNDLE
**
**      List the contents of BUNDLE on standard output
**
**   fossil bundle purge BUNDLE
**
**      Remove from the repository all files that are used exclusively
**      by check-ins in BUNDLE.  This has the effect of undoing a
**      "fossil bundle import".
**
** SUMMARY:
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/*
** COMMAND: bundle
**
** Usage: %fossil bundle SUBCOMMAND ARGS...
**
** > fossil bundle append BUNDLE FILE...
**
**      Add files named on the command line to BUNDLE.  This subcommand has
**      little practical use and is mostly intended for testing.
**
** > fossil bundle cat BUNDLE HASH...
**
**      Extract one or more artifacts from the bundle and write them
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**      for testing and introspection of bundles and is not something
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**
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**
**      Generate a new bundle, in the file named BUNDLE, that contains a
**      subset of the check-ins in the repository (usually a single branch)
**      described by the --branch, --from, --to, and/or --checkin options,
**      at least one of which is required.  If BUNDLE already exists, the
**      specified content is added to the bundle.
**
**         --branch BRANCH            Package all check-ins on BRANCH.
**         --from TAG1 --to TAG2      Package check-ins between TAG1 and TAG2.
**         --checkin TAG              Package the single check-in TAG
**         --standalone               Do no use delta-encoding against
**                                    artifacts not in the bundle
**
** > fossil bundle extend BUNDLE
**
**      The BUNDLE must already exist.  This subcommand adds to the bundle
**      any check-ins that are descendants of check-ins already in the bundle,
**      and any tags that apply to artifacts in the bundle.
**
** > fossil bundle import BUNDLE ?--publish?
**
**      Import all content from BUNDLE into the repository.  By default, the
**      imported files are private and will not sync.  Use the --publish
**      option to make the import public.
**
** > fossil bundle ls BUNDLE
**
**      List the contents of BUNDLE on standard output
**
** > fossil bundle purge BUNDLE
**
**      Remove from the repository all files that are used exclusively
**      by check-ins in BUNDLE.  This has the effect of undoing a
**      "fossil bundle import".
**
** SUMMARY:
**   fossil bundle append BUNDLE FILE...              Add files to BUNDLE

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** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
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** Options:
**    --abs-paths      Display absolute pathnames.
**    --case-sensitive <BOOL> override case-sensitive setting
**    --dotfiles       include files beginning with a dot (".")
**    --header         Identify the repository if there are extras
**    --ignore <CSG>   ignore files matching patterns from the argument
**    --rel-paths      Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                     directory.
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** See also: changes, clean, status
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void extras_cmd(void){
  Blob report = BLOB_INITIALIZER;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
  unsigned scanFlags = find_option("dotfiles",0,0)!=0 ? SCAN_ALL : 0;
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**
** The --verily option ignores the keep-glob and ignore-glob settings and
** turns on --force, --emptydirs, --dotfiles, and --disable-undo.  Use the
** --verily option when you really want to clean up everything.  Extreme
** care should be exercised when using the --verily option.
**
** Options:
**    --allckouts      Check for empty directories within any checkouts
**                     that may be nested within the current one.  This
**                     option should be used with great care because the
**                     empty-dirs setting (and other applicable settings)
**                     belonging to the other repositories, if any, will
**                     not be checked.
**    --case-sensitive <BOOL> override case-sensitive setting
**    --dirsonly       Only remove empty directories.  No files will
**                     be removed.  Using this option will automatically
**                     enable the --emptydirs option as well.
**    --disable-undo   WARNING: This option disables use of the undo
**                     mechanism for this clean operation and should be
**                     used with extreme caution.
**    --dotfiles       Include files beginning with a dot (".").
**    --emptydirs      Remove any empty directories that are not
**                     explicitly exempted via the empty-dirs setting
**                     or another applicable setting or command line
**                     argument.  Matching files, if any, are removed
**                     prior to checking for any empty directories;
**                     therefore, directories that contain only files
**                     that were removed will be removed as well.
**    -f|--force       Remove files without prompting.
**    -i|--prompt      Prompt before removing each file.  This option
**                     implies the --disable-undo option.
**    -x|--verily      WARNING: Removes everything that is not a managed
**                     file or the repository itself.  This option
**                     implies the --force, --emptydirs, --dotfiles, and
**                     --disable-undo options.
**                     Furthermore, it completely disregards the keep-glob
**                     and ignore-glob settings.  However, it does honor
**                     the --ignore and --keep options.
**    --clean <CSG>    WARNING: Never prompt to delete any files matching
**                     this comma separated list of glob patterns.  Also,
**                     deletions of any files matching this pattern list
**                     cannot be undone.
**    --ignore <CSG>   Ignore files matching patterns from the
**                     comma separated list of glob patterns.
**    --keep <CSG>     Keep files matching this comma separated
**                     list of glob patterns.
**    -n|--dry-run     Delete nothing, but display what would have been
**                     deleted.
**    --no-prompt      This option disables prompting the user for input
**                     and assumes an answer of 'No' for every question.
**    --temp           Remove only Fossil-generated temporary files.
**    -v|--verbose     Show all files as they are removed.
**
** See also: addremove, extras, status
*/
void clean_cmd(void){
  int allFileFlag, allDirFlag, dryRunFlag, verboseFlag;
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** Pathnames are displayed according to the "relative-paths" setting,
** unless overridden by the --abs-paths or --rel-paths options.
**
** Options:
**    --abs-paths             Display absolute pathnames.
**    --case-sensitive BOOL   Override case-sensitive setting
**    --dotfiles              Include files beginning with a dot (".")
**    --header                Identify the repository if there are extras
**    --ignore CSG            Ignore files matching patterns from the argument
**    --rel-paths             Display pathnames relative to the current working
**                            directory.
**
** See also: changes, clean, status
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void extras_cmd(void){
  Blob report = BLOB_INITIALIZER;
  const char *zIgnoreFlag = find_option("ignore",0,1);
  unsigned scanFlags = find_option("dotfiles",0,0)!=0 ? SCAN_ALL : 0;
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** The --verily option ignores the keep-glob and ignore-glob settings and
** turns on --force, --emptydirs, --dotfiles, and --disable-undo.  Use the
** --verily option when you really want to clean up everything.  Extreme
** care should be exercised when using the --verily option.
**
** Options:
**    --allckouts            Check for empty directories within any checkouts
**                           that may be nested within the current one.  This
**                           option should be used with great care because the
**                           empty-dirs setting (and other applicable settings)
**                           belonging to the other repositories, if any, will
**                           not be checked.
**    --case-sensitive BOOL  Override case-sensitive setting
**    --dirsonly             Only remove empty directories.  No files will
**                           be removed.  Using this option will automatically
**                           enable the --emptydirs option as well.
**    --disable-undo         WARNING: This option disables use of the undo
**                           mechanism for this clean operation and should be
**                           used with extreme caution.
**    --dotfiles             Include files beginning with a dot (".").
**    --emptydirs            Remove any empty directories that are not
**                           explicitly exempted via the empty-dirs setting
**                           or another applicable setting or command line
**                           argument.  Matching files, if any, are removed
**                           prior to checking for any empty directories;
**                           therefore, directories that contain only files
**                           that were removed will be removed as well.
**    -f|--force             Remove files without prompting.
**    -i|--prompt            Prompt before removing each file.  This option
**                           implies the --disable-undo option.
**    -x|--verily            WARNING: Removes everything that is not a managed
**                           file or the repository itself.  This option
**                           implies the --force, --emptydirs, --dotfiles, and
**                           --disable-undo options. Furthermore, it
**                           completely disregards the keep-glob
**                           and ignore-glob settings.  However, it does honor
**                           the --ignore and --keep options.
**    --clean CSG            WARNING: Never prompt to delete any files matching
**                           this comma separated list of glob patterns.  Also,
**                           deletions of any files matching this pattern list
**                           cannot be undone.
**    --ignore CSG           Ignore files matching patterns from the
**                           comma separated list of glob patterns.
**    --keep <CSG>           Keep files matching this comma separated
**                           list of glob patterns.
**    -n|--dry-run           Delete nothing, but display what would have been
**                           deleted.
**    --no-prompt            This option disables prompting the user for input
**                           and assumes an answer of 'No' for every question.
**    --temp                 Remove only Fossil-generated temporary files.
**    -v|--verbose           Show all files as they are removed.
**
** See also: addremove, extras, status
*/
void clean_cmd(void){
  int allFileFlag, allDirFlag, dryRunFlag, verboseFlag;
  int emptyDirsFlag, dirsOnlyFlag;
  int disableUndo, noPrompt;

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** COMMAND: clone
**
** Usage: %fossil clone ?OPTIONS? URI FILENAME
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** Make a clone of a repository specified by URI in the local
** file named FILENAME.
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** URI may be one of the following form: ([...] mean optional)


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**     http[s]://[userid[:password]@]host[:port][/path]
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**     ssh://[userid@]host[:port]/path/to/repo.fossil\\
**     [?fossil=path/to/fossil.exe]
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**     [file://]path/to/repo.fossil
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** Note 1: For ssh and filesystem, path must have an extra leading
**         '/' to use an absolute path.
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**         password.  For example "%40" in place of "@", "%2f" in place
**         of "/", and "%3a" in place of ":".
**
** By default, your current login name is used to create the default
** admin user. This can be overridden using the -A|--admin-user
** parameter.
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** COMMAND: clone
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** Usage: %fossil clone ?OPTIONS? URI FILENAME
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** Make a clone of a repository specified by URI in the local
** file named FILENAME.
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** URI may be one of the following forms:
** ([...] denotes optional elements):
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**  * HTTP/HTTPS protocol:
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**      http[s]://[userid[:password]@]host[:port][/path]
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**  * SSH protocol:
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**      ssh://[userid@]host[:port]/path/to/repo.fossil[?fossil=path/fossil.exe]

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**  * Filesystem:
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**      [file://]path/to/repo.fossil
**
** Note 1: For ssh and filesystem, path must have an extra leading
** '/' to use an absolute path.
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** Note 2: Use %HH escapes for special characters in the userid and
** password.  For example "%40" in place of "@", "%2f" in place
** of "/", and "%3a" in place of ":".
**
** By default, your current login name is used to create the default
** admin user. This can be overridden using the -A|--admin-user
** parameter.
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**    --admin-user|-A USERNAME   Make USERNAME the administrator

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** Usage: %fossil configuration METHOD ... ?OPTIONS?
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** Where METHOD is one of: export import merge pull push reset.  All methods
** accept the -R or --repository option to specify a repository.
**
**    %fossil configuration export AREA FILENAME
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**         Write to FILENAME exported configuration information for AREA.
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**         identified by URL.  If no URL is specified, then the default
**         server is used.  Use the --overwrite flag to completely
**         replace local settings with content received from URL.
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**    %fossil configuration push AREA ?URL?
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**         Push the local configuration into the remote server identified
**         by URL.  Admin privilege is required on the remote server for
**         this to work.  When the same record exists both locally and on
**         the remote end, the one that was most recently changed wins.
**
**    %fossil configuration reset AREA
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**         Restore the configuration to the default.  AREA as above.
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**    %fossil configuration sync AREA ?URL?
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**         Synchronize configuration changes in the local repository with
**         the remote repository at URL.
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**         the current configuration.  Existing values take priority over
**         values read from FILENAME.
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**         server is used.  Use the --overwrite flag to completely
**         replace local settings with content received from URL.
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**         Push the local configuration into the remote server identified
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** >  fossil configuration sync AREA ?URL?
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**    -R|--repository FILE       Extract info from repository FILE
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**    filename=FILENAME   The filename.
**    filevers=BOOLEAN    Show file versions rather than check-in versions
**    limit=LIMIT         Limit the amount of analysis:
**                           "none"  No limit
**                           "Xs"    As much as can be computed in X seconds
**                           "N"     N versions
**    log=BOOLEAN         Show a log of versions analyzed
**    origin=ID           The origin checkin.  If unspecified, the root
**                           check-in over the entire repository is used.
**                           Specify "origin=trunk" or similar for a reverse
**                           annotation
**    w=BOOLEAN           Ignore whitespace
*/
void annotation_page(void){
  int i;
  const char *zLimit;    /* Depth limit */
  u64 annFlags = DIFF_STRIP_EOLCR;
  int showLog;           /* True to display the log */
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**
** Options:
**   --filevers                  Show file version numbers rather than
**                               check-in versions
**   -r|--revision VERSION       The specific check-in containing the file
**   -l|--log                    List all versions analyzed
**   -n|--limit LIMIT            Limit the amount of analysis:
**                                 N      Up to N versions
**                                 Xs     As much as possible in X seconds
**                                 none   No limit
**   -o|--origin VERSION         The origin check-in. By default this is the
**                                 root of the repository. Set to "trunk" or
**                                 similar for a reverse annotation.
**   -w|--ignore-all-space       Ignore white space when comparing lines
**   -Z|--ignore-trailing-space  Ignore whitespace at line end
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** See also: info, finfo, timeline
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**    limit=LIMIT         Limit the amount of analysis.  LIMIT can be one of:
**                           none   No limit
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**    origin=ID           The origin checkin.  If unspecified, the root
**                        check-in over the entire repository is used.
**                        Specify "origin=trunk" or similar for a reverse
**                        annotation
**    w=BOOLEAN           Ignore whitespace
*/
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  const char *zLimit;    /* Depth limit */
  u64 annFlags = DIFF_STRIP_EOLCR;
  int showLog;           /* True to display the log */
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**   --filevers                  Show file version numbers rather than
**                               check-in versions
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**   -l|--log                    List all versions analyzed
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**                                 N      Up to N versions
**                                 Xs     As much as possible in X seconds
**                                 none   No limit
**   -o|--origin VERSION         The origin check-in. By default this is the
**                               root of the repository. Set to "trunk" or
**                               similar for a reverse annotation.
**   -w|--ignore-all-space       Ignore white space when comparing lines
**   -Z|--ignore-trailing-space  Ignore whitespace at line end
**
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*/
void annotate_cmd(void){
  const char *zRevision; /* Revision name, or NULL for current check-in */

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    if( strncmp(zPrefix, aCommand[i].zName, nPrefix)==0 ){
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**
** The HTML output is appended to Blob pHtml, which should already be
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  z = s = d = mprintf("%s", zHelp);


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  fossil_free(z);




























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** COMMAND: test-all-help
**
** Usage: %fossil test-all-help ?OPTIONS?
**
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    fossil_print("<!-- start_all_help -->\n");
  }else{
    fossil_print("---\n");
  }
  for(i=0; i<MX_COMMAND; i++){
    if( (aCommand[i].eCmdFlags & mask)==0 ) continue;
    fossil_print("# %s\n", aCommand[i].zName);
    if( useHtml ){
      Blob html;
      blob_zero(&html);

      help_to_html(aCommand[i].zHelp, &html);

      fossil_print("%s\n\n", blob_str(&html));
      blob_reset(&html);
    }else{




      fossil_print("%s\n\n", aCommand[i].zHelp);

    }
  }
  if( useHtml ){
    fossil_print("<!-- end_all_help -->\n");
  }else{
    fossil_print("---\n");
  }
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    }else if( rc==2 ){
      @ ambiguous command prefix: %h(zCmd)
    }else{
      if( pCmd->zHelp[0]==0 ){
        @ No help available for "%h(pCmd->zName)"
      }else{
        @ <blockquote>
        help_to_html(pCmd->zHelp, cgi_output_blob());
        @ </blockquote>
      }
    }
  }else{
    int i;

    style_header("Help");

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/*
** COMMAND: help
**
** Usage: %fossil help TOPIC
**    or: %fossil TOPIC --help
**
** Display information on how to use TOPIC, which may be a command, webpage, or
** setting.  Webpage names begin with "/".  To display a list of available
** topics, use one of:
**

**    %fossil help                Show common commands
**    %fossil help -a|--all       Show both common and auxiliary commands
**    %fossil help -o|--options   Show command-line options common to all cmds
**    %fossil help -s|--setting   Show setting names
**    %fossil help -t|--test      Show test commands only
**    %fossil help -x|--aux       Show auxiliary commands only
**    %fossil help -w|--www       Show list of webpages




*/
void help_cmd(void){
  int rc;
  int isPage = 0;
  const char *z;
  const char *zCmdOrPage;
  const CmdOrPage *pCmd = 0;


  if( g.argc<3 ){
    z = g.argv[0];
    fossil_print(
      "Usage: %s help TOPIC\n"
      "Common commands:  (use \"%s help help\" for more options)\n",
      z, z);
    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_1ST_TIER);
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    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_TEST);
    return;
  }
  else if( find_option("setting","s",0) ){
    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_SETTING);
    return;
  }

  isPage = ('/' == *g.argv[2]) ? 1 : 0;
  if(isPage){
    zCmdOrPage = "page";
  }else{
    zCmdOrPage = "command or setting";
  }
  rc = dispatch_name_search(g.argv[2], CMDFLAG_ANY|CMDFLAG_PREFIX, &pCmd);
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  }
  if( pCmd->eCmdFlags & CMDFLAG_SETTING ){
    fossil_print("Setting: \"%s\"%s\n\n",
         pCmd->zName,
         (pCmd->eCmdFlags & CMDFLAG_VERSIONABLE)!=0 ? " (versionable)" : ""
    );
  }
  while( *z ){
    if( *z=='%' && strncmp(z, "%fossil", 7)==0 ){
      fossil_print("%s", g.argv[0]);
      z += 7;
    }else{
      putchar(*z);
      z++;
    }
  }
  putchar('\n');
}

/*
** Return a pointer to the setting information array.
**
** This routine provides access to the aSetting2[] array which is created
** by the mkindex utility program and included with <page_index.h>.









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  for(i=FOSSIL_FIRST_CMD; i<MX_COMMAND; i++){
    if( strncmp(zPrefix, aCommand[i].zName, nPrefix)==0 ){
      blob_appendf(pList, " %s", aCommand[i].zName);
    }
  }
}

/*
** Return the index of the first non-space character that follows
** a span of two or more spaces.  Return 0 if there is not gap.
*/
static int hasGap(const char *z, int n){
  int i;
  for(i=3; i<n-1; i++){
    if( z[i]==' ' && z[i+1]!=' ' && z[i-1]==' ' && z[i-2]!='.' ) return i+1;
  }
  return 0 ;
}

/*
** Append text to pOut, adding formatting markup.  Terms that
** have all lower-case letters are within <tt>..</tt>.  Terms
** that have all upper-case letters are within <i>..</i>.
*/
static void appendMixedFont(Blob *pOut, const char *z, int n){
  const char *zEnd = "";
  int i = 0;
  int j;
  while( i<n ){
    if( z[i]==' ' || z[j]=='=' ){
      for(j=i+1; j<n && (z[j]==' ' || z[j]=='='); j++){}
      blob_append(pOut, z+i, j-i);
      i = j;
    }else{
      for(j=i; j<n && z[j]!=' ' && z[j]!='=' && !fossil_isalpha(z[j]); j++){}
      if( j>=n || z[j]==' ' || z[j]=='=' ){
        zEnd = "";
      }else{
        if( fossil_isupper(z[j]) ){
          blob_append(pOut, "<i>",3);
          zEnd = "</i>";
        }else{
          blob_append(pOut, "<tt>", 4);
          zEnd = "</tt>";
        }
      }
      while( j<n && z[j]!=' ' && z[j]!='=' ){ j++; }
      blob_appendf(pOut, "%#h", j-i, z+i);
      if( zEnd[0] ) blob_append(pOut, zEnd, -1);
      i = j;
    }
  }
}

/*
** Attempt to reformat plain-text help into HTML for display on a webpage.
**
** The HTML output is appended to Blob pHtml, which should already be
** initialized.
**
** Formatting rules:
**
**   *  Bullet lists are indented from the surrounding text by
**      at least one space.  Each bullet begins with " * ".
**
**   *  Display lists are indented from the surrounding text.
**      Each tag begins with "-" or occur on a line that is
**      followed by two spaces and a non-space.  <dd> elements can begin
**      on the same line as long as they are separated by at least
**      two spaces.
**
**   *  Indented text is show verbatim (<pre>...</pre>)
*/
static void help_to_html(const char *zHelp, Blob *pHtml){
  int i;
  char c;
  int nIndent = 0;
  int wantP = 0;
  int wantBR = 0;
  int aIndent[10];
  const char *azEnd[10];

  int iLevel = 0;
  int isLI = 0;
  int isDT = 0;
  static const char *zEndDL = "</dl></blockquote>";
  static const char *zEndPRE = "</pre></blockquote>";
  static const char *zEndUL = "</ul>";
  static const char *zEndDD = "</dd>";



  aIndent[0] = 0;
  azEnd[0] = "";
  while( zHelp[0] ){

    i = 0;
    while( (c = zHelp[i])!=0
        && c!='\n'
        && (c!='%' || strncmp(zHelp+i,"%fossil",7)!=0)
    ){ i++; }
    if( c=='%' ){
      if( i ) blob_appendf(pHtml, "%#h", i, zHelp);
      zHelp += i + 1;
      i = 0;
      wantBR = 1;
      continue;
    }
    if( i>2 && zHelp[0]=='>' && zHelp[1]==' ' ){
      isDT = 1;
      for(nIndent=1; nIndent<i && zHelp[nIndent]==' '; nIndent++){}
    }else{

      isDT = 0;
      for(nIndent=0; nIndent<i && zHelp[nIndent]==' '; nIndent++){}
    }
    if( nIndent==i ){
      if( c==0 ) break;
      blob_append(pHtml, "\n", 1);
      wantP = 1;
      wantBR = 0;
      zHelp += i+1;
      continue;
    }
    if( nIndent+2<i && zHelp[nIndent]=='*' && zHelp[nIndent+1]==' ' ){
      nIndent += 2;
      while( nIndent<i && zHelp[nIndent]==' '){ nIndent++; }
      isLI = 1;
    }else{
      isLI = 0;
    }
    while( iLevel>0 && aIndent[iLevel]>nIndent ){
      blob_append(pHtml, azEnd[iLevel--], -1);
    }
    if( nIndent>aIndent[iLevel] ){
      assert( iLevel<ArraySize(aIndent)-2 );
      if( isLI ){
        iLevel++;
        aIndent[iLevel] = nIndent;
        azEnd[iLevel] = zEndUL;
        blob_append(pHtml, "<ul>\n", 5);
      }else if( isDT 
             || zHelp[nIndent]=='-'
             || hasGap(zHelp+nIndent,i-nIndent) ){
        iLevel++;
        aIndent[iLevel] = nIndent;
        azEnd[iLevel] = zEndDL;
        blob_append(pHtml, "<blockquote><dl>\n", -1);
      }else if( azEnd[iLevel]==zEndDL ){
        iLevel++;
        aIndent[iLevel] = nIndent;
        azEnd[iLevel] = zEndDD;
        blob_append(pHtml, "<dd>", 4);
      }else if( wantP ){
        iLevel++;
        aIndent[iLevel] = nIndent;
        azEnd[iLevel] = zEndPRE;
        blob_append(pHtml, "<blockquote><pre>", -1);
        wantP = 0;
      }
    }
    if( isLI ){
      blob_append(pHtml, "<li> ", 5);
    }
    if( wantP ){
      blob_append(pHtml, "<p> ", 4);
      wantP = 0;
    }
    if( azEnd[iLevel]==zEndDL ){
      int iDD;
      blob_append(pHtml, "<dt> ", 5);
      iDD = hasGap(zHelp+nIndent, i-nIndent);
      if( iDD ){
        int x;
        assert( iLevel<ArraySize(aIndent)-1 );
        iLevel++;
        aIndent[iLevel] = x = nIndent+iDD;
        azEnd[iLevel] = zEndDD;
        appendMixedFont(pHtml, zHelp+nIndent, iDD-2);
        blob_appendf(pHtml, "</dt><dd>%#h\n", i-x, zHelp+x);
      }else{
        appendMixedFont(pHtml, zHelp+nIndent, i-nIndent);
        blob_append(pHtml, "</dt>\n", 6);
      }
    }else if( wantBR ){
      appendMixedFont(pHtml, zHelp+nIndent, i-nIndent);
      blob_append(pHtml, "<br>\n", 5);
      wantBR = 0;
    }else{
      blob_appendf(pHtml, "%#h\n", i-nIndent, zHelp+nIndent);
    }
    zHelp += i+1;
    i = 0;
    if( c==0 ) break;
  }
  while( iLevel>0 ){
    blob_appendf(pHtml, "%s\n", azEnd[iLevel--]);

  }
}

/*
** Format help text for TTY display.
*/
static void help_to_text(const char *zHelp, Blob *pText){
  int i;
  char c;
  for(i=0; (c = zHelp[i])!=0; i++){
    if( c=='%' && strncmp(zHelp+i,"%fossil",7)==0 ){
      if( i>0 ) blob_append(pText, zHelp, i);
      blob_append(pText, "fossil", 6);
      zHelp += i+7;
      i = -1;
      continue;
    }
    if( c=='\n' && strncmp(zHelp+i+1,"> ",2)==0 ){
      blob_append(pText, zHelp, i+1);
      blob_append(pText, " ", 1);
      zHelp += i+2;
      i = -1;
      continue;
    }
  }
  if( i>0 ){
    blob_append(pText, zHelp, i);
  }      
}

/*
** COMMAND: test-all-help
**
** Usage: %fossil test-all-help ?OPTIONS?
**
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    fossil_print("-->\n");
    fossil_print("<!-- start_all_help -->\n");
  }else{
    fossil_print("---\n");
  }
  for(i=0; i<MX_COMMAND; i++){
    if( (aCommand[i].eCmdFlags & mask)==0 ) continue;

    if( useHtml ){
      Blob html;

      blob_init(&html, 0, 0);
      help_to_html(aCommand[i].zHelp, &html);
      fossil_print("<h1>%h</h1>\n", aCommand[i].zName);
      fossil_print("%s\n<hr>\n", blob_str(&html));
      blob_reset(&html);
    }else{
      Blob txt;
      blob_init(&txt, 0, 0);
      help_to_text(aCommand[i].zHelp, &txt);
      fossil_print("# %s\n", aCommand[i].zName);
      fossil_print("%s\n\n", blob_str(&txt));
      blob_reset(&txt);
    }
  }
  if( useHtml ){
    fossil_print("<!-- end_all_help -->\n");
  }else{
    fossil_print("---\n");
  }
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      @ unknown command: %h(zCmd)
    }else if( rc==2 ){
      @ ambiguous command prefix: %h(zCmd)
    }else{
      if( pCmd->zHelp[0]==0 ){
        @ No help available for "%h(pCmd->zName)"
      }else{
        @ <div class="helpPage">
        help_to_html(pCmd->zHelp, cgi_output_blob());
        @ </div>
      }
    }
  }else{
    int i;

    style_header("Help");

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@   --utc                   Display times using UTC
@   --vfs NAME              Cause SQLite to use the NAME VFS
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/*
** COMMAND: help
**
** Usage: %fossil help [OPTIONS] [TOPIC]

**
** Display information on how to use TOPIC, which may be a command, webpage, or
** setting.  Webpage names begin with "/".  If TOPIC is omitted, a list of
** topics is returned.
**
** The following options can be used when TOPIC is omitted:
**
**    -a|--all          List both command and auxiliary commands
**    -o|--options      List command-line options common to all commands
**    -s|--setting      List setting names
**    -t|--test         List unsupported "test" commands
**    -x|--aux          List only auxiliary commands
**    -w|--www          List all web pages
**
** These options can be used when TOPIC is present:
**
**    -h|--html         Format output as HTML rather than plain text
*/
void help_cmd(void){
  int rc;
  int isPage = 0;
  const char *z;
  const char *zCmdOrPage;
  const CmdOrPage *pCmd = 0;
  int useHtml = 0;
  Blob txt;
  if( g.argc<3 ){
    z = g.argv[0];
    fossil_print(
      "Usage: %s help TOPIC\n"
      "Common commands:  (use \"%s help help\" for more options)\n",
      z, z);
    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_1ST_TIER);
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    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_TEST);
    return;
  }
  else if( find_option("setting","s",0) ){
    command_list(0, CMDFLAG_SETTING);
    return;
  }
  useHtml = find_option("html","h",0)!=0;
  isPage = ('/' == *g.argv[2]) ? 1 : 0;
  if(isPage){
    zCmdOrPage = "page";
  }else{
    zCmdOrPage = "command or setting";
  }
  rc = dispatch_name_search(g.argv[2], CMDFLAG_ANY|CMDFLAG_PREFIX, &pCmd);
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  }
  if( pCmd->eCmdFlags & CMDFLAG_SETTING ){
    fossil_print("Setting: \"%s\"%s\n\n",
         pCmd->zName,
         (pCmd->eCmdFlags & CMDFLAG_VERSIONABLE)!=0 ? " (versionable)" : ""
    );
  }
  blob_init(&txt, 0, 0);
  if( useHtml ){
    help_to_html(z, &txt);
  }else{
    help_to_text(z, &txt);
  }
  fossil_print("%s\n", blob_str(&txt));
  blob_reset(&txt);


}

/*
** Return a pointer to the setting information array.
**
** This routine provides access to the aSetting2[] array which is created
** by the mkindex utility program and included with <page_index.h>.

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** Usage: %fossil git SUBCOMMAND
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**
**       Write content from the Fossil repository into the Git repository
**       in directory MIRROR.  The Git repository is created if it does not
**       already exist.  If the Git repository does already exist, then
**       new content added to fossil since the previous export is appended.
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**                             piping it into "git fast-import".
**         --force|-f          Do the export even if nothing has changed
**         --limit N           Add no more than N new check-ins to MIRROR.
**                             Useful for debugging
**         --quiet|-q          Reduce output. Repeat for even less output.
**         --verbose|-v        More output.
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**       Write content from the Fossil repository into the Git repository
**       in directory MIRROR.  The Git repository is created if it does not
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**         --verbose|-v        More output.
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** > fossil git import MIRROR
**
**       TBD...   
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  int nCmd;
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** Copyright (c) 2014 D. Richard Hipp
**
** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
** modify it under the terms of the Simplified BSD License (also
** known as the "2-Clause License" or "FreeBSD License".)

** This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
** but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of
** merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
**
** Author contact information:
**   drh@hwaci.com
**   http://www.hwaci.com/drh/
................................................................................
** COMMAND: purge*
**
** The purge command removes content from a repository and stores that content
** in a "graveyard".  The graveyard exists so that content can be recovered
** using the "fossil purge undo" command.  The "fossil purge obliterate"
** command empties the graveyard, making the content unrecoverable.
**
** ==== WARNING: This command can potentially destroy historical data and ====
** ==== leave your repository in a goofy state. Know what you are doing!  ====
** ==== Make a backup of your repository before using this command!       ====
**
** ==== FURTHER WARNING: This command is a work-in-progress and may yet   ====
** ==== contain bugs.                                                     ====
**
**   fossil purge artifacts HASH... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move arbitrary artifacts identified by the HASH list into the
**      graveyard.
**
**   fossil purge cat HASH...
**
**      Write the content of one or more artifacts in the graveyard onto
**      standard output.
**
**   fossil purge checkins TAGS... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move the check-ins or branches identified by TAGS and all of
**      their descendants out of the repository and into the graveyard.
**      If TAGS includes a branch name then it means all the check-ins
**      on the most recent occurrence of that branch.
**
**   fossil purge files NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move all instances of files called NAME into the graveyard.
**      NAME should be the name of the file relative to the root of the
**      repository.  If NAME is a directory, then all files within that
**      directory are moved.
**
**   fossil purge list|ls ?-l?
**
**      Show the graveyard of prior purges.  The -l option gives more
**      detail in the output.
**
**   fossil purge obliterate ID... ?--force?
**
**      Remove one or more purge events from the graveyard.  Once a purge
**      event is obliterated, it can no longer be undone.  The --force
**      option suppresses the confirmation prompt.
**
**   fossil purge tickets NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      TBD...
**
**   fossil purge undo ID
**
**      Restore the content previously removed by purge ID.
**
**   fossil purge wiki NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      TBD...
**
** COMMON OPTIONS:
**
**   --explain         Make no changes, but show what would happen.
**   --dry-run         An alias for --explain
**
** SUMMARY:
**   fossil purge artifacts HASH.. [OPTIONS]
**   fossil purge cat HASH...
**   fossil purge checkins TAGS... [OPTIONS]
**   fossil purge files FILENAME... [OPTIONS]
**   fossil purge list
**   fossil purge obliterate ID...
**   fossil purge tickets NAME... [OPTIONS]
**   fossil purge undo ID
**   fossil purge wiki NAME... [OPTIONS]
*/
void purge_cmd(void){
  int purgeFlags = PURGE_MOVETO_GRAVEYARD | PURGE_PRINT_SUMMARY;
  const char *zSubcmd;
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/*
** Copyright (c) 2014 D. Richard Hipp
**
** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
** modify it under the terms of the Simplified BSD License (also
** known as the "2-Clause License" or "FreeBSD License".)
**
** This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
** but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of
** merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
**
** Author contact information:
**   drh@hwaci.com
**   http://www.hwaci.com/drh/
................................................................................
** COMMAND: purge*
**
** The purge command removes content from a repository and stores that content
** in a "graveyard".  The graveyard exists so that content can be recovered
** using the "fossil purge undo" command.  The "fossil purge obliterate"
** command empties the graveyard, making the content unrecoverable.
**
** WARNING: This command can potentially destroy historical data and
** leave your repository in a goofy state. Know what you are doing!
** Make a backup of your repository before using this command!
**
** FURTHER WARNING: This command is a work-in-progress and may yet
** contain bugs.
**
** > fossil purge artifacts HASH... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move arbitrary artifacts identified by the HASH list into the
**      graveyard.
**
** > fossil purge cat HASH...
**
**      Write the content of one or more artifacts in the graveyard onto
**      standard output.
**
** > fossil purge checkins TAGS... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move the check-ins or branches identified by TAGS and all of
**      their descendants out of the repository and into the graveyard.
**      If TAGS includes a branch name then it means all the check-ins
**      on the most recent occurrence of that branch.
**
** > fossil purge files NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      Move all instances of files called NAME into the graveyard.
**      NAME should be the name of the file relative to the root of the
**      repository.  If NAME is a directory, then all files within that
**      directory are moved.
**
** > fossil purge list|ls ?-l?
**
**      Show the graveyard of prior purges.  The -l option gives more
**      detail in the output.
**
** > fossil purge obliterate ID... ?--force?
**
**      Remove one or more purge events from the graveyard.  Once a purge
**      event is obliterated, it can no longer be undone.  The --force
**      option suppresses the confirmation prompt.
**
** > fossil purge tickets NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      TBD...
**
** > fossil purge undo ID
**
**      Restore the content previously removed by purge ID.
**
** > fossil purge wiki NAME ... ?OPTIONS?
**
**      TBD...
**
** COMMON OPTIONS:
**
**   --explain         Make no changes, but show what would happen.
**   --dry-run         An alias for --explain
**
** SUMMARY:
**  * fossil purge artifacts HASH.. [OPTIONS]
**  * fossil purge cat HASH...
**  * fossil purge checkins TAGS... [OPTIONS]
**  * fossil purge files FILENAME... [OPTIONS]
**  * fossil purge list
**  * fossil purge obliterate ID...
**  * fossil purge tickets NAME... [OPTIONS]
**  * fossil purge undo ID
**  * fossil purge wiki NAME... [OPTIONS]
*/
void purge_cmd(void){
  int purgeFlags = PURGE_MOVETO_GRAVEYARD | PURGE_PRINT_SUMMARY;
  const char *zSubcmd;
  int n;
  int i;
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** Usage: %fossil rss ?OPTIONS?
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** The CLI variant of the /timeline.rss page, this produces an RSS
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** "URL-PLACEHOLDER" (without quotes).
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** The CLI variant of the /timeline.rss page, this produces an RSS
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**   -type|y FLAG    may be: all (default), ci (show check-ins only),
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**   -tkt HASH       Filters for only those events for the specified ticket.
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**   -tag TAG        filters for a tag
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**   -wiki NAME      Filters on a specific wiki page.
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** Only one of -tkt, -tag, or -wiki may be used.
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**                   at a specific branch).
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**   -url STRING     Sets the RSS feed's root URL to the given string.
**                   The default is "URL-PLACEHOLDER" (without quotes).
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** COMMAND: stash
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** Usage: %fossil stash SUBCOMMAND ARGS...
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**  fossil stash
**  fossil stash save ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**  fossil stash snapshot ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**
**     Save the current changes in the working tree as a new stash.
**     Then revert the changes back to the last check-in.  If FILES
**     are listed, then only stash and revert the named files.  The
**     "save" verb can be omitted if and only if there are no other
**     arguments.  The "snapshot" verb works the same as "save" but
**     omits the revert, keeping the checkout unchanged.
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**  fossil stash list|ls ?-v|--verbose? ?-W|--width <num>?
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**     List all changes sets currently stashed.  Show information about
**     individual files in each changeset if -v or --verbose is used.
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**  fossil stash show|cat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  fossil stash gshow|gcat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**
**     Show the contents of a stash as a diff against its baseline.
**     With gshow and gcat, gdiff-command is used instead of internal
**     diff logic.
**
**  fossil stash pop
**  fossil stash apply ?STASHID?
**
**     Apply STASHID or the most recently created stash to the current
**     working checkout.  The "pop" command deletes that changeset from
**     the stash after applying it but the "apply" command retains the
**     changeset.
**
**  fossil stash goto ?STASHID?
**
**     Update to the baseline checkout for STASHID then apply the
**     changes of STASHID.  Keep STASHID so that it can be reused
**     This command is undoable.
**
**  fossil stash drop|rm ?STASHID? ?-a|--all?
**
**     Forget everything about STASHID.  Forget the whole stash if the
**     -a|--all flag is used.  Individual drops are undoable but -a|--all
**     is not.
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**  fossil stash diff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  fossil stash gdiff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**
**     Show diffs of the current working directory and what that
**     directory would be if STASHID were applied. With gdiff,
**     gdiff-command is used instead of internal diff logic.
**
** SUMMARY:
**  fossil stash
**  fossil stash save ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**  fossil stash snapshot ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**  fossil stash list|ls ?-v|--verbose? ?-W|--width <num>?
**  fossil stash show|cat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  fossil stash gshow|gcat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  fossil stash pop
**  fossil stash apply|goto ?STASHID?
**  fossil stash drop|rm ?STASHID? ?-a|--all?
**  fossil stash diff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  fossil stash gdiff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
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/*
** COMMAND: stash
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** Usage: %fossil stash SUBCOMMAND ARGS...
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** > fossil stash
** > fossil stash save ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
** > fossil stash snapshot ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**
**      Save the current changes in the working tree as a new stash.
**      Then revert the changes back to the last check-in.  If FILES
**      are listed, then only stash and revert the named files.  The
**      "save" verb can be omitted if and only if there are no other
**      arguments.  The "snapshot" verb works the same as "save" but
**      omits the revert, keeping the checkout unchanged.
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** > fossil stash list|ls ?-v|--verbose? ?-W|--width <num>?
**
**      List all changes sets currently stashed.  Show information about
**      individual files in each changeset if -v or --verbose is used.
**
** > fossil stash show|cat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
** > fossil stash gshow|gcat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
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**      Show the contents of a stash as a diff against its baseline.
**      With gshow and gcat, gdiff-command is used instead of internal
**      diff logic.
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** > fossil stash pop
** > fossil stash apply ?STASHID?
**
**      Apply STASHID or the most recently created stash to the current
**      working checkout.  The "pop" command deletes that changeset from
**      the stash after applying it but the "apply" command retains the
**      changeset.
**
** > fossil stash goto ?STASHID?
**
**      Update to the baseline checkout for STASHID then apply the
**      changes of STASHID.  Keep STASHID so that it can be reused
**      This command is undoable.
**
** > fossil stash drop|rm ?STASHID? ?-a|--all?
**
**      Forget everything about STASHID.  Forget the whole stash if the
**      -a|--all flag is used.  Individual drops are undoable but -a|--all
**      is not.
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** > fossil stash diff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
** > fossil stash gdiff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**
**      Show diffs of the current working directory and what that
**      directory would be if STASHID were applied. With gdiff,
**      gdiff-command is used instead of internal diff logic.
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** SUMMARY:
**  * fossil stash
**  * fossil stash save ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**  * fossil stash snapshot ?-m|--comment COMMENT? ?FILES...?
**  * fossil stash list|ls ?-v|--verbose? ?-W|--width <num>?
**  * fossil stash show|cat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  * fossil stash gshow|gcat ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  * fossil stash pop
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**  * fossil stash diff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
**  * fossil stash gdiff ?STASHID? ?DIFF-OPTIONS?
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  const char *zCmd;
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** Usage: %fossil tag SUBCOMMAND ...
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**         Add a new tag or property to CHECK-IN. The tag will
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**         importing history from other SCM systems. DATETIME has
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**           --user-override USER        Name USER when deleting the tag.
**           --dryrun|-n                 Display the control artifact, but do
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**         List all objects that use TAGNAME.  TYPE can be "ci" for
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**           -t|--type TYPE  One of "ci", or "e".
**           -n|--limit N    Limit to N results.
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**         List all tags, or if CHECK-IN is supplied, list
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**         Add a new tag or property to CHECK-IN. The tag will
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**         Remove the tag TAGNAME from CHECK-IN, and also remove
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**           --date-override DATETIME    Set date and time deleted.
**           --user-override USER        Name USER when deleting the tag.
**           --dryrun|-n                 Display the control artifact, but do
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**         List all objects that use TAGNAME.  TYPE can be "ci" for
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**         of results to the given value.
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**           -t|--type TYPE  One of "ci", or "e".
**           -n|--limit N    Limit to N results.
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**
**         List all tags, or if CHECK-IN is supplied, list
**         all tags and their values for CHECK-IN.  The tagtype option
**         takes one of: propagated, singleton, cancel.
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**    b=TIMEORTAG     Before this event
**    c=TIMEORTAG     "Circa" this event

**    cf=FILEHASH     "Circa" the first use of the file with FILEHASH
**    m=TIMEORTAG     Mark this event
**    n=COUNT         Maximum number of events.  "all" for no limit
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**      bt=PRIOR        ... going back to PRIOR
**    d=CHECKIN       Children and descendants of CHECKIN
**    dp=CHECKIN      The same as d=CHECKIN&p=CHECKIN
**    t=TAG           Show only check-ins with the given TAG
**    r=TAG           Show check-ins related to TAG, equivalent to t=TAG&rel
**    rel             Show related check-ins as well as those matching t=TAG
**    mionly          Limit rel to show ancestors but not descendants
**    nowiki          Do not show wiki associated with branch or tag
**    ms=MATCHSTYLE   Set tag match style to EXACT, GLOB, LIKE, REGEXP
**    u=USER          Only show items associated with USER
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**    nd              Do not highlight the focus check-in
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**    v               Show details of files changed
**    vfx             Show complete text of forum messages
**    f=CHECKIN       Show family (immediate parents and children) of CHECKIN
**    from=CHECKIN    Path from...
**      to=CHECKIN      ... to this
**      shortest        ... show only the shortest path
**      rel             ... also show related checkins
**    uf=FILE_HASH    Show only check-ins that contain the given file version
**    chng=GLOBLIST   Show only check-ins that involve changes to a file whose
**                      name matches one of the comma-separate GLOBLIST
**    brbg            Background color from branch name
**    ubg             Background color from user
**    namechng        Show only check-ins that have filename changes
**    forks           Show only forks and their children
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** WEBPAGE: timeline
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** Query parameters:
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**    a=TIMEORTAG     Show events after TIMEORTAG
**    b=TIMEORTAG     Show events before TIMEORTAG
**    c=TIMEORTAG     Show events that happen "circa" TIMEORTAG
**    cf=FILEHASH     Show events around the time of the first use of
**                    the file with FILEHASH
**    m=TIMEORTAG     Highlight the event at TIMEORTAG
**    n=COUNT         Maximum number of events. "all" for no limit
**    p=CHECKIN       Parents and ancestors of CHECKIN
**                       bt=PRIOR   ... going back to PRIOR
**    d=CHECKIN       Children and descendants of CHECKIN
**    dp=CHECKIN      The same as 'd=CHECKIN&p=CHECKIN'
**    t=TAG           Show only check-ins with the given TAG
**    r=TAG           Show check-ins related to TAG, equivalent to t=TAG&rel
**    rel             Show related check-ins as well as those matching t=TAG
**    mionly          Limit rel to show ancestors but not descendants
**    nowiki          Do not show wiki associated with branch or tag
**    ms=MATCHSTYLE   Set tag match style to EXACT, GLOB, LIKE, REGEXP
**    u=USER          Only show items associated with USER
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**    nd              Do not highlight the focus check-in
**    nsm             Omit the submenu
**    v               Show details of files changed
**    vfx             Show complete text of forum messages
**    f=CHECKIN       Show family (immediate parents and children) of CHECKIN
**    from=CHECKIN    Path from...
**                       to=CHECKIN      ... to this
**                       shortest        ... show only the shortest path
**                       rel             ... also show related checkins
**    uf=FILE_HASH    Show only check-ins that contain the given file version
**    chng=GLOBLIST   Show only check-ins that involve changes to a file whose
**                    name matches one of the comma-separate GLOBLIST
**    brbg            Background color from branch name
**    ubg             Background color from user
**    namechng        Show only check-ins that have filename changes
**    forks           Show only forks and their children
**    cherrypicks     Show all cherrypicks
**    ym=YYYY-MM      Show only events for the given year/month
**    yw=YYYY-WW      Show only events for the given week of the given year

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** COMMAND: ticket*
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** Usage: %fossil ticket SUBCOMMAND ...
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** Run various subcommands to control tickets
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**   %fossil ticket show (REPORTTITLE|REPORTNR) ?TICKETFILTER? ?OPTIONS?
**
**     Options:
**       -l|--limit LIMITCHAR
**       -q|--quote
**       -R|--repository FILE
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**     Run the ticket report, identified by the report format title
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**     Otherwise, the simplified encoding as on the show report raw page
**     in the GUI is used. This has no effect in JSON mode.
**
**     Instead of the report title it's possible to use the report
**     number; the special report number 0 lists all columns defined in
**     the ticket table.
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**   %fossil ticket list fields
**   %fossil ticket ls fields
**
**     List all fields defined for ticket in the fossil repository.
**
**   %fossil ticket list reports
**   %fossil ticket ls reports
**
**     List all ticket reports defined in the fossil repository.
**
**   %fossil ticket set TICKETUUID (FIELD VALUE)+ ?-q|--quote?
**   %fossil ticket change TICKETUUID (FIELD VALUE)+ ?-q|--quote?
**
**     Change ticket identified by TICKETUUID to set the values of
**     each field FIELD to VALUE.
**
**     Field names as defined in the TICKET table.  By default, these
**     names include: type, status, subsystem, priority, severity, foundin,
**     resolution, title, and comment, but other field names can be added
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**     If you use +FIELD, the VALUE is appended to the field FIELD.  You
**     can use more than one field/value pair on the commandline.  Using
**     --quote enables the special character decoding as in "ticket
**     show", which allows setting multiline text or text with special
**     characters.
**
**   %fossil ticket add FIELD VALUE ?FIELD VALUE .. ? ?-q|--quote?
**
**     Like set, but create a new ticket with the given values.
**
**   %fossil ticket history TICKETUUID
**
**     Show the complete change history for the ticket
**
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** COMMAND: ticket*
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** Usage: %fossil ticket SUBCOMMAND ...
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** Run various subcommands to control tickets
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** > fossil ticket show (REPORTTITLE|REPORTNR) ?TICKETFILTER? ?OPTIONS?
**
**     Options:
**       -l|--limit LIMITCHAR
**       -q|--quote
**       -R|--repository FILE
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**     Run the ticket report, identified by the report format title
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**     Otherwise, the simplified encoding as on the show report raw page
**     in the GUI is used. This has no effect in JSON mode.
**
**     Instead of the report title it's possible to use the report
**     number; the special report number 0 lists all columns defined in
**     the ticket table.
**
** > fossil ticket list fields
** > fossil ticket ls fields
**
**     List all fields defined for ticket in the fossil repository.
**
** > fossil ticket list reports
** > fossil ticket ls reports
**
**     List all ticket reports defined in the fossil repository.
**
** > fossil ticket set TICKETUUID (FIELD VALUE)+ ?-q|--quote?
** > fossil ticket change TICKETUUID (FIELD VALUE)+ ?-q|--quote?
**
**     Change ticket identified by TICKETUUID to set the values of
**     each field FIELD to VALUE.
**
**     Field names as defined in the TICKET table.  By default, these
**     names include: type, status, subsystem, priority, severity, foundin,
**     resolution, title, and comment, but other field names can be added
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**     If you use +FIELD, the VALUE is appended to the field FIELD.  You
**     can use more than one field/value pair on the commandline.  Using
**     --quote enables the special character decoding as in "ticket
**     show", which allows setting multiline text or text with special
**     characters.
**
** > fossil ticket add FIELD VALUE ?FIELD VALUE .. ? ?-q|--quote?
**
**     Like set, but create a new ticket with the given values.
**
** > fossil ticket history TICKETUUID
**
**     Show the complete change history for the ticket
**
** Note that the values in set|add are not validated against the
** definitions given in "Ticket Common Script".
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** COMMAND: redo*
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** Usage: %fossil undo ?OPTIONS? ?FILENAME...?
**    or: %fossil redo ?OPTIONS? ?FILENAME...?
**
** The undo command reverts the changes caused by the previous command
** if the previous command is one of the following:
**



**    (1) fossil update             (5) fossil stash apply
**    (2) fossil merge              (6) fossil stash drop
**    (3) fossil revert             (7) fossil stash goto
**    (4) fossil stash pop          (8) fossil clean  (*see note*)

**
** Note: The "fossil clean" command only saves state for files less than
** 10MiB in size and so if fossil clean deleted files larger than that,
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** Usage: %fossil undo ?OPTIONS? ?FILENAME...?
**    or: %fossil redo ?OPTIONS? ?FILENAME...?
**
** The undo command reverts the changes caused by the previous command
** if the previous command is one of the following:
**  * fossil update
**  * fossil merge
**  * fossil revert
**  * fossil stash pop
**  * fossil stash apply
**  * fossil stash drop
**  * fossil stash goto

**  * fossil clean (*see note below*)
**
** Note: The "fossil clean" command only saves state for files less than
** 10MiB in size and so if fossil clean deleted files larger than that,
** then "fossil undo" will not recover the larger files.
**
** If FILENAME is specified then restore the content of the named
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** The -v or --verbose option prints status information about
** unchanged files in addition to those file that actually do change.
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** Options:
**   --case-sensitive <BOOL> override case-sensitive setting
**   --debug          print debug information on stdout
**   --latest         acceptable in place of VERSION, update to latest version

**   --force-missing  force update if missing content after sync
**   -n|--dry-run     If given, display instead of run actions
**   -v|--verbose     print status information about all files
**   -W|--width <num> Width of lines (default is to auto-detect). Must be >20

**                    or 0 (= no limit, resulting in a single line per entry).
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**                    them).
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**                         used for merging, named *-baseline, *-original,
**                         and *-merge.
**
** See also: revert
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**   --case-sensitive BOOL  Override case-sensitive setting
**   --debug                Print debug information on stdout
**   --latest               Acceptable in place of VERSION, update to
**                          latest version
**   --force-missing        Force update if missing content after sync
**   -n|--dry-run           If given, display instead of run actions
**   -v|--verbose           Print status information about all files
**   -W|--width WIDTH       Width of lines (default is to auto-detect).
**                          Must be more than 20 or 0 (= no limit,
**                          resulting in a single line per entry).
**   --setmtime             Set timestamps of all files to match their
**                          SCM-side times (the timestamp of the last
**                          checkin which modified them).

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**                          used for merging, named *-baseline, *-original,
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** Usage: %fossil user SUBCOMMAND ...  ?-R|--repository FILE?
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** Run various subcommands on users of the open repository or of
** the repository identified by the -R or --repository option.
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**    %fossil user capabilities USERNAME ?STRING?
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**        Query or set the capabilities for user USERNAME
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**    %fossil user default ?USERNAME?
**
**        Query or set the default user.  The default user is the
**        user for command-line interaction.
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**    %fossil user ls
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**        List all users known to the repository
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**
**        Create a new user in the repository.  Users can never be
**        deleted.  They can be denied all access but they must continue
**        to exist in the database.
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**    %fossil user password USERNAME ?PASSWORD?
**
**        Change the web access password for a user.
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** > fossil user capabilities USERNAME ?STRING?
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**        Query or set the capabilities for user USERNAME
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** > fossil user default ?USERNAME?
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**        Query or set the default user.  The default user is the
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** > fossil user list
** > fossil user ls
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**        List all users known to the repository
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**        Create a new user in the repository.  Users can never be
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** Usage: %fossil wiki (export|create|commit|list) WikiName
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** Run various subcommands to work with wiki entries or tech notes.
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**    %fossil wiki export ?OPTIONS? -t|--technote DATETIME|TECHNOTE-ID ?FILE?
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**       Sends the latest version of either a wiki page or of a tech
**       note to the given file or standard output.  A filename of "-"
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**       the output filename are created if needed.

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**       If PAGENAME is provided, the named wiki page will be output.
**       --technote|-t DATETIME|TECHNOTE-ID
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**       -h|--html  The body (only) is rendered in HTML form, without
**                  any page header/foot or HTML/BODY tag wrappers.
**       -H|--HTML  Works like -h|-html but wraps the output in
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**       -p|--pre   If -h|-H is used and the page or technote has
**                  the text/plain mimetype, its HTML-escaped output
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**
**       Create a new or commit changes to an existing wiki page or
**       technote from FILE or from standard input. PAGENAME is the
**       name of the wiki entry or the timeline comment of the
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**
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**         -t|--technote TECHNOTE-ID   Specifies the technote to be
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**         --technote-tags TAGS        The set of tags for a technote.
**         --technote-bgcolor COLOR    The color used for the technote
**                                     on the timeline.
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**    %fossil wiki list ?OPTIONS?
**    %fossil wiki ls ?OPTIONS?
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**       Lists all wiki entries, one per line, ordered
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** > fossil wiki export ?OPTIONS? -t|--technote DATETIME|TECHNOTE-ID ?FILE?
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**       Sends the latest version of either a wiki page or of a tech
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**                    Specifies that a technote, rather than a wiki page,
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**         -H|--HTML  Works like -h|-html but wraps the output in
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**                    the text/plain mimetype, its HTML-escaped output
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** > fossil wiki (create|commit) PAGENAME ?FILE? ?OPTIONS?
**
**       Create a new or commit changes to an existing wiki page or
**       technote from FILE or from standard input. PAGENAME is the
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**         --technote-tags TAGS        The set of tags for a technote.
**         --technote-bgcolor COLOR    The color used for the technote
**                                     on the timeline.
**
** > fossil wiki list ?OPTIONS?
** > fossil wiki ls ?OPTIONS?
**
**       Lists all wiki entries, one per line, ordered
**       case-insensitively by name.
**
**       Options:
**         -t|--technote               Technotes will be listed instead of
**                                     pages. The technotes will be in order