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VERS_STRING(1)						      General Commands Manual						    VERS_STRING(1)

vers_string - produce version identification string SYNOPSIS
vers_string [ -[c | f | l] ] PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Vers_string outputs a string made up of the SGS version name, the current user's login identifier, and the current time and date. Vers_string may only be used within an SGS project. The output of vers_string has the following format: PROGRAM:prog PROJECT:proj&vers DEVELOPER:bob BUILT:Thu Dec 31 ... prog is the com- mand line argument PROGRAM, proj&vers is the name of the SGS version root, and bob is the user who built this version. If the -c option is used, the output is formed as a C declaration for the global character array SGS_VERS. If the -l option is used, the output is formed like the -c option, but "PROGRAM" is replaced with "LIBRARY" and the declaration is static. If the -f option is used, the output is simply the program name and suffixed with the current version number of the SGS version root. Vers_string is typically used within makefiles with a rule like: vers.c: ${OBJS} vers_string -c ${PROGRAM} >vers.c 5 July 1987 VERS_STRING(1)

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