...patch).4.1
If you look inside _darcs you will find files or directories named patches and inventories, which store all the patches ever recorded. If the repository holds a cached pristine tree, it is stored in a directory called pristine.hashed.
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...4.2
Revert can undo precious work in a blink. To protect you from great grief, the discarded changes are saved temporarily so the latest revert can be undone with unrevert.
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... it.4.3
darcs even has a special command, trackdown that automatically removes patches until a specified test no longer fails.
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... repository.4.4
It will omit patches already depended upon by other patches, since they will be indirectly depended upon anyway.
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... push5.1
But it affects the repository and working directory targeted by the push
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... send5.2
As for the other end, see apply
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... put5.3
Creates a new repository
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... back.5.4
The patch file itself is not actually deleted, but its context is lost, so it cannot be reliably read--your only choice would be to go in by hand and read its contents.
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