Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -r, --regex Execute the command only on projects matching regex or wildcard expression -i, --inverse-regex Execute the command only on projects not matching regex or wildcard expression -g GROUPS, --groups=GROUPS Execute the command only on projects matching the specified groups -c, --command Command (and arguments) to execute -e, --abort-on-errors Abort if a command exits unsuccessfully
Output: -p Show project headers before output -v, --verbose Show command error messages -j JOBS, --jobs=JOBS number of commands to execute simultaneously
$./repo --trace usage: repo COMMAND [ARGS] The most commonly used repo commands are: abandon Permanently abandon a development branch branch View current topic branches branches View current topic branches checkout Checkout a branch for development cherry-pick Cherry-pick a change. diff Show changes between commit and working tree diffmanifests Manifest diff utility download Download and checkout a change grep Print lines matching a pattern info Get info on the manifest branch, current branch or unmerged branches init Initialize repo in the current directory list List projects and their associated directories overview Display overview of unmerged project branches prune Prune (delete) already merged topics rebase Rebase local branches on upstream branch smartsync Update working tree to the latest known good revision stage Stage file(s) for commit start Start a new branch for development status Show the working tree status sync Update working tree to the latest revision upload Upload changes for code review See 'repo help <command>' for more information on a specific command. See 'repo help --all' for a complete list of recognized commands.