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17.6 sccs and Pseudo-commands

The compatibility packages include sccs, a front end to the SCCS utility. This command provides a user-friendly interface to SCCS and has the following command-line syntax:

/usr/ucb/sccs [options] command [SCCS_flags] [files]

In addition to providing all of the regular SCCS commands, sccs offers pseudo- commands. These are easy-to-use, prebuilt combinations of the regular SCCS commands. options apply only to the sccs interface. command is the SCCS command or pseudo-command to run, and SCCS_flags are specific options passed to the SCCS command being run.

sccs makes it easier to specify files because it automatically prepends SCCS/s. to any filename arguments. For example:

sccs get -e file.c

would be interpreted as:

get -e SCCS/s.file.c

17.6.1 Options

-dprepath

Locate files in prepath rather than in current directory. For example:

sccs -d/home get file.c

is interpreted as:

get /home/SCCS/s.file.c

-pendpath

Access files from directory endpath instead of SCCS. For example:

sccs -pVERSIONS get file.c

is interpreted as:

get VERSIONS/s.file.c

-r

Invoke sccs as the real user instead of as the effective user.

17.6.2 Pseudo-commands

Equivalent SCCS actions are indicated in parentheses.

check

Like info, but return nonzero exit codes instead of filenames.

clean

Remove from current directory any files that aren't being edited under SCCS (via get -e, for example).

create

Create SCCS files (admin -i followed by get).

deledit

Same as delta followed by get -e.

delget

Same as delta followed by get.

diffs

Compare file's current version and SCCS version (like sccsdiff).

edit

Get a file to edit (get -e).

enter

Like create but without the subsequent get (admin -i).

fix

Same as rmdel (must be followed by -r).

info

List files being edited (similar to sact).

print

Print information (like prs -e followed by get -p -m)

tell

Like info, but list one filename per line.

unedit

Same as unget.


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