|RCSDIFF(1)||General Commands Manual||RCSDIFF(1)|
rcsdiff — compare
rcsdiff program is used to compare
revisions of RCS files, in much the same way as the
diff(1) utility. Differences between two
specific revisions can be requested, as well as differences between the
current working file and the latest revision of the default branch.
It is not possible to display differences between entire
directories, or differences between more than two files. All diffs produced
are in the standard diff format, unless the
option is specified, which produces unified diffs.
rcsdiff also supports keyword substitution
– see the rcs(1) man page for more
The following options are supported:
rcsdiff utility exits with one of the
Compare the latest revision of the default branch with the content of working file foo.c:
$ rcsdiff foo.c
Compare revision 1.7 and 1.8 of file foo.c and ignore differences in keyword values:
$ rcsdiff -kk -r1.7 -r1.8 foo.c
The flag [
-T] has no effect and is
provided for compatibility only.
|September 3, 2010||OpenBSD-current|