rcs - ci

Hi,

We’re using RCS revision system on a unix platform and would like to
also use it with QnxRtp.
The documentation in the help files says that it should work fine but we
are having a small problem when trying to check in files that have been
modified.

$ ls
RCS test.txt
$ ls RCS
$

$ ci test.txt
RCS/test.txt,v ← test.txt
enter log message, (…)

.
initial revision: 1.1

done

$ co -l test.t
RCS/test.txt,v → test.txt
revision 1.1 (locked)
done

(change test.txt)

$ ci test.txt
RCS/test.txt,v ← test.txt
new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1
enter log message, (…)

.
diff: illegal option – a

ci: RCS/test.txt,v: diff failed
ci aborted
$

Is the problem with diff, rcsdiff or ci?

Also does anyone have a neutrino version of rlog?


Thanks for any help,

Michel Benoit
Saab Communication Systems
Stockholm, Sweden

rcs seems to be a bit messed up. I’ll add a PR for our
utils guy to look at it…

Michel Benoit <michel.benoit@sms.se> wrote:

Hi,

We’re using RCS revision system on a unix platform and would like to
also use it with QnxRtp.
The documentation in the help files says that it should work fine but we
are having a small problem when trying to check in files that have been
modified.

$ ls
RCS test.txt
$ ls RCS
$

$ ci test.txt
RCS/test.txt,v ← test.txt
enter log message, (…)
.
initial revision: 1.1
done

$ co -l test.t
RCS/test.txt,v → test.txt
revision 1.1 (locked)
done

(change test.txt)

$ ci test.txt
RCS/test.txt,v ← test.txt
new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1
enter log message, (…)
.
diff: illegal option – a
ci: RCS/test.txt,v: diff failed
ci aborted
$

Is the problem with diff, rcsdiff or ci?

Also does anyone have a neutrino version of rlog?



Thanks for any help,

Michel Benoit
Saab Communication Systems
Stockholm, Sweden


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