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2.10 Invoking rlog

rcs log [options] file …
(or “rlog” instead of “rcs log”)

The rlog command displays information about RCS files.

-L

Ignore RCS files with no locks set.

-R

Print only the name of the RCS file.

-h

Print only the “header” information.

-t

Like -h, but also include the description.

-N

Omit symbolic names.

-b

Select the default branch.

-ddates

See Date option. Select revisions based on timestamp, in the range dates, with spec:

d

single revision d or earlier

d1<d2
d2>d1

between d1 and d2, exclusive

<d
d>

before d

>d
d<

after d

Instead of ‘<’ or ‘>’, you can use ‘<=’ or ‘>=’, respectively, to specify inclusive ranges. dates may also be a list of semicolon-separated specs.

-l[who]

Select revisions locked by who (see Delim-separated list) only, or by anyone if who is omitted.

-r[revs]

Select revisions in revs (see Delim-separated list), one of: rev, rev:, :rev, rev1:rev2.

-sstate[,state...]

Select revisions with specified state(s) (see State option).

-w[who]

Select revisions checked in by who (see Delim-separated list), or by the user if who is omitted.

-V
-Vn
-xsuff

See Misc common options.

-zzone

See Date option. This option also changes the output format of the date to use hyphens instead of slashes. For example:

$ rlog t,v  # without -z
...
date: 2010/10/02 04:35:26;  [...]
...

$ rlog -z+0200 t,v
...
date: 2010-10-02 06:35:26+02;  [...]
...

These options have no effect, and are included solely for consistency with other commands (see Environment): ‘-q’, ‘-T’.


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