— show what
versions of object modules were used to construct a file
and searches for sequences of either the
form ‘$’ immediately followed by the system name (sysname) as
defined by uname(3)
, or the form
“@(#)” as inserted by the source code control system (SCCS).
When ‘$’ followed by the system name is encountered
prints the remainder of the string up to a
‘$’ or any non-printable character.
When “@(#)” is encountered what
prints the remainder of the string, up to a NUL, newline, double quote,
backslash, or ‘>’ character.
If the -s
option is specified, only the first
occurrence of an identification string in each file is printed.
utility exits with a return value of 0 if
any identification strings were found, or with a return value of 1 otherwise.
utility is compliant with the X/Open
System Interfaces option of the IEEE Std
Processing $sysname$ sequences is an OpenBSD
command appeared in
is not licensed to distribute SCCS, this is a
rewrite of the what
command which is part of
SCCS. As such it may not behave exactly the same as that command does.