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3.14 unget

The unget command is used to reverse the effect of get -e. Typically you might do this when you embark on an edit of a file, and it all goes horribly wrong. Using unget allows you to revert to a previously-known state. In fact, if you have exercised some care in checking in new revisions, perhaps using a test suite, then unget can be used to return you to the last working version.

3.14.1 Options for unget

Do not delete the g-file which you were editing
Operate silently
When joint editing is enabled (see Flags), several versions may be checked out for editing. If this is the case, sid must be used to indicate which edit is to be aborted.