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(9) RCS ci command
The RCS "ci" command
(check-in) is used to
Initially create the RCS file (prompts for a description of the file)
Checks in the current working file as the latest revision (prompts for a description of the changes since the last revision)
Removes the working copy!
Some of the frequently used options:
Update -- the working file is checked in and a readonly copy is immediately checked out again for use
Lock -- the working file is checked in and immediately checked out again as a locked, writeable copy, for further editing.
Check in the specified
instead of taking the default next revision number.
Assigns symbolic name
to this revision, e.g. "V2 final"
RCS-ci.src last modified Sep 20, 2007
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