Subject: Re: rcs, ci, co, et al
To: Noriyuki Soda <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/1998 17:07:21
>> but rcs and co are not effective on a file that's not already in *my*
>> rcs repository. and after i do the initial check-in, the keywords get
>No. the keywords are not changed by check-in.
>See the result of:
> % ci the-file
> % rcs -ko the-file
> % co -l the-file
> (or, "co -u the-file")
>Am I misunderstanding your problem ?
no. i'm just being a bonehead, that's all. i was stuck on simply
using ci (which doesn't have -ko) and needed to be a bit more
flexible. if, instead of doing
ci -q -l -f -mtest -t-test testfile
for the initial check-in and then
ci -q -l -f -mtest testfile
for each revision i check in, i change the first command to
ci -q -f -mtest -t-test testfile
rcs -ko testfile
co -l testfile
then i can accomplish what i want. of course, the second command
works just find as it is.
thank you for your patience. :)
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