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CentOS 7.0 - man page for cervisia (centos section 1)

CERVISIA(1)					       Cervisia 					  CERVISIA(1)

NAME
Cervisia - Graphical CVS frontend
SYNOPSIS
cervisia [ --display display ] [ --caption caption ] [ --icon icon ] [ --miniicon miniicon ] [ --config filename ] [ --dcopserver server ] [ --nocrashhandler ] [ --waitforwm ] [ --style style ] [ --geometry geometry ] [ --resolve filename ] [ --log filename ] [ --annotate filename ] [ directory ]
DESCRIPTION
Cervisia is a graphical user interface for the Concurrent Versions System. It is based on the KDE libraries and therefore shares their Look'n'Feel, configuration and help system.
OPTIONS
Cervisia accepts the following options: directory Tells Cervisia to open the sandbox in directory at startup --resolve filename Shows a resolve dialog for the given file --log filename Shows a log dialog for the given file --annotate filename Shows a annotation dialog for the given file --caption caption Sets the caption, i. e. what is shown in the title bar --icon icon Sets the program's icon (used by window managers and panels) --miniicon miniicon Sets the program's mini icon (used by window managers and panels) --config filename Uses the given file for the configuration --dcopserver server Sets the dcopserver the program should use --nocrashhandler Disables the crash handler. Use this to get core dumps --waitforwm Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager --style style Sets the application GUI style --geometry geometry Sets the geometry of the main window
FILES
_KDECONFDIR_/cervisiarc - global configuration file $HOME/.kde/share/config/cervisiarc - user-specific configuration file
SEE ALSO
_KDEHTMLDIR_/en/cervisia/index.html cvs(1) http://cervisia.kde.org/
AUTHOR
Cervisia was originally developed by Bernd Gehrmann and is now maintained by Christian Loose <chris- tian.loose@kdemail.net>.
REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs at http://bugs.kde.org. 2.4.0 2007-04-29 CERVISIA(1)


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