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OpenSolaris 2009.06 - man page for sact (opensolaris section 1)

sccs-sact(1)				  User Commands 			     sccs-sact(1)

       sccs-sact, sact - show editing activity status of an SCCS file

       sact s.filename...

       The sact utility informs the user of any SCCS files that are checked out for editing.

       The output for each named file consists of five fields separated by SPACE characters.

	   o	  SID  of  a  delta  that currently exists in the SCCS file, to which changes are
		  made to make the new delta

	   o	  SID for the new delta to be created

	   o	  Username of the person who has the file checked out for editing.

	   o	  Date that the version was checked out.

	   o	  Time that the version was checked out.

       If a directory name is used in place of the s.filename argument, the sact command  applies
       to  all s.files in that directory. Unreadable s.files produce an error; processing contin-
       ues with the next file (if any). The use of `-' as the s.filename argument indicates  that
       the names of files are to be read from the standard input, one s.file per line.

       See  environ(5)	for  descriptions  of the following environment variables that affect the
       execution of sact: LANG, LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, LC_MESSAGES, and NLSPATH.

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |Availability		     |SUNWsprot 		   |
       |Interface Stability	     |Standard			   |

       sccs(1), sccs-delta(1),	sccs-get(1),  sccs-help(1),  sccs-prs(1),  sccs-prt(1),  what(1),
       sccsfile(4), attributes(5), environ(5), standards(5)

       Use the SCCS help command for explanations (see sccs-help(1)).

SunOS 5.11				    2 Jul 2007				     sccs-sact(1)

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