Dolt is a SQL database that you can fork, clone, branch, merge, push and pull just like a Git repository.
Execute a dolt subcommand
List available subcommands
Valid commands for dolt are
init - Create an empty Dolt data repository.
status - Show the working tree status.
add - Add table changes to the list of staged table changes.
diff - Diff a table.
reset - Remove table changes from the list of staged table changes.
commit - Record changes to the repository.
sql - Run a SQL query against tables in repository.
sql-server - Start a MySQL-compatible server.
sql-client - Starts a built-in MySQL client.
log - Show commit logs.
branch - Create, list, edit, delete branches.
checkout - Checkout a branch or overwrite a table from HEAD.
merge - Merge a branch.
conflicts - Commands for viewing and resolving merge conflicts.
revert - Undo the changes introduced in a commit.
clone - Clone from a remote data repository.
fetch - Update the database from a remote data repository.
pull - Fetch from a dolt remote data repository and merge.
push - Push to a dolt remote.
config - Dolt configuration.
remote - Manage set of tracked repositories.
backup - Manage a set of server backups.
login - Login to a dolt remote host.
creds - Commands for managing credentials.
ls - List tables in the working set.
schema - Commands for showing and importing table schemas.
table - Commands for copying, renaming, deleting, and exporting tables.
tag - Create, list, delete tags.
blame - Show what revision and author last modified each row of a table.
constraints - Commands for handling constraints.
migrate - Executes a database migration to use the latest Dolt data format.
read-tables - Fetch table(s) at a specific commit into a new dolt repo
gc - Cleans up unreferenced data from the repository.
filter-branch - Edits the commit history using the provided query.
merge-base - Find the common ancestor of two commits.
version - Displays the current Dolt cli version.
dump - Export all tables in the working set into a file.