This section describes the major features of the
fourteen SCCS commands and their most common arguments.
Here is a quick-reference overview of the commands:
retrieves versions of SCCS files.
undoes the effect of a get -e prior to the file being deltaed.
applies deltas (changes) to SCCS files and creates new versions.
initializes SCCS files, manipulates their descriptive text,
and controls delta creation rights.
prints portions of an SCCS file in user-specified format.
prints information about files that are currently out for editing.
gives explanations of error messages.
removes a delta from an SCCS file--allows
removal of deltas created by mistake.
changes the commentary associated with a delta.
searches any UNIX system file(s) for all occurrences
of a special pattern and prints out what follows it -- useful
in finding identifying information
inserted by the get command.
shows differences between any two versions of an SCCS file.
combines consecutive deltas into one to reduce the size of an SCCS file.
validates an SCCS file.
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