3.5.1 Basic Usage for
There are very few common basic usage patterns for
s.foo.c denotes the name of any existing sccs file.
- get s.foo.c
- Get a copy of the most recent trunk revision of s.foo.c into the
- get -Gbar s.foo.c
- Get a version from s.foo.c, into bar rather than the
default foo.c. The file produced by
get is often referred
to as the “g-file”.
- get -r1.3 s.foo.c
- Get revision 1.3 from s.foo.c into foo.c. The -G
option can be used to set the name of the gotten file.
- get -p s.foo.c
- Get the most recent trunk revision, and print it on standard output.
The -r option could also be used to specify some other revision.
Unless you specify the -k or -e option, the retrieved file
will be created read-only.