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RCSCLEAN(1) General Commands Manual RCSCLEAN(1)

NAME

rcscleanclean up working files

SYNOPSIS

rcsclean [-TV] [-kmode] [-n[rev]] [-q[rev]] [-r[rev]] [-u[rev]] [-xsuffixes] [-ztz] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION

The rcsclean program is used to clean up (remove) files that are not being worked on. Only checked out files from the current working directory are removed – rcsclean does not remove files from the RCS repository.
If no file operand is specified, rcsclean cleans up all working files in the current directory.
rcsclean also supports keyword substitution – see the rcs(1) man page for more information.
The following options are supported:
 
 
-kmode
Specify the keyword substitution mode.
 
 
-n[rev]
Dry-run mode. When this option is specified, rcsclean will show you what it would normally do without doing it.
 
 
-q[rev]
Be quiet about reporting.
 
 
-r[rev]
Remove revision rev. If rev does not match the revision of the currently checked out file, rcsclean will do nothing.
 
 
-T
Preserve the modification time of RCS files.
 
 
-u[rev]
Unlock the revision if it's currently locked. This is only possible if no changes have been made to the file since it was checked out.
 
 
-V
Print RCS's version number.
 
 
-xsuffixes
Specify the suffixes for RCS files. Suffixes should be separated by the ‘/’ character.
 
 
-ztz
Specify the time zone for keyword substitution.

ENVIRONMENT

 
 
RCSINIT
If set, this variable should contain a list of space-delimited options that are prepended to the argument list.

EXIT STATUS

The rcsclean utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

EXAMPLES

Remove all working files (locked or not) in the current directory that were not changed since last checkout:
$ rcsclean -u

SEE ALSO

ci(1), co(1), ident(1), rcs(1), rcsdiff(1), rcsmerge(1), rlog(1)
September 3, 2010 OpenBSD-current