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(10) RCS co command
The RCS "co" command
(check-out) is used to
Extract the latest revision of the file and create a new working copy
Extract any previous revision which exists
Lock the file and extract a writeable copy for editing. Other users will be able to check out read-only copies, but not modify or check in new versions until the lock is released
Some of the frequently used options:
Lock -- the working file is checked out writeable, and a lock is placed in the RCS file.
Check out the specified
instead of taking the default highest revision number.
Check out the revision named by the symbolic
Check out the revision whose checkin date/time is less than or equal to
. The date can be given in a very flexible format.
RCS-co.src last modified Sep 20, 2007
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