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"NAME"

cvs - Concurrent Versions System

CONTENTS

"SYNOPSIS"

cvs [ cvs_options ]
cvs_command [ command_options ] [ command_args ]

"NOTE"

This manpage is a summary of some of the features of cvs but it may no longer be kept up-to-date. For more current and in-depth documentation, please consult the Cederqvist manual (via the info cvs command or otherwise, as described in the SEE ALSO section of this manpage).

"DESCRIPTION"

"ESSENTIAL COMMANDS"

cvs; in fact, five commands are sufficient to use (and contribute to)

"OPTIONS"

"CVS OPTIONS"

cvs startup file (~/.cvsrc).

"USAGE"

"CVS STARTUP FILE"

"CVS COMMAND SUMMARY"

cvs(5).

"COMMON COMMAND OPTIONS"

"CVS COMMANDS"

rcs(1). cvs(5)) ""-ddir"" to avoid shortening module paths in your working directory. (Normally, cvs shortens paths as much as possible when you specify an explicit target directory.) -D options to diff against a revision (on the head branch) in the past, and (with -D or -r), so that you can count on reproducing co(1). Several options (shown above as -report) control what Certain commands have a single record type: checkout (type ‘O’), release (type ‘F’), and rtag (type ‘T’). One of four +0530 stands for 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of (i.e. east of) UTC. source repository (since a prior import), it -m, your editor is invoked (as with commit) to allow you rlog(1) patch(1) You can specify (using the standard -r and -D options) ""Attic""’ directory (also within the source repository). By default (without a -r or -D flag) for cvs to ignore (see the description of the -I option).

"FILES"

cvs(5).

"ENVIRONMENT"

co(1) ci(1) cvs. These options are interpreted before the startup file (~/.cvsrc) is read

"AUTHORS"

checkin(1)

"SEE ALSO"


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