bif-drop - delete a node or node change


0.1.5_8 (yyyy-mm-dd)


bif drop ID [OPTIONS...]


Delete a node or an change from the database. This really only makes sense if what you wish to drop does not exist on a hub somewhere, otherwise the next time you sync it would come back from the dead to haunt you.

There is a difference between dropping a project that is local only, and a project that exists on a hub. The same goes for issues which exists in multiple projects. See the respective bif-drop-* pages for details.

Drop is a hidden command that only appears in usage messages when --help (-h) is given.

Arguments & Options

Either a node ID, an change cID, or a project PATH. Required.
--force, -f
Actually do the drop. This option is required as a safety measure to stop you shooting yourself in the foot.

See Also

bif-drop-project(1), bif-drop-topic(1), bif-drop-change(1)


Mark Lawrence <>

Copyright And License

Copyright 2013-2017 Mark Lawrence <>

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.