Error handling

Sometimes Git Town commands encounter problems that require the human user to make a decision. When this happens, the command stops and prints an error message. When you have resolved the issue, you can either:

  • run git continue to continue executing the interrupted command, starting with the step that failed,
  • run git abort to abort the Git Town command and go back to where you started.

If a Git Town command finished, you can run git undo to undo the changes it made. Run git town status to see the status of the running Git Town command and which Git Town commands you can run to continue, abort, or undo it.