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RCS2LOG(1) BSD General Commands Manual RCS2LOG(1)
rcs2log -- RCS to ChangeLog generator
rcs2log [-c changelog] [-h hostname] [-i indent] [-l length] [-R] [-r option] [-t tabwidth] [-u login<TAB>fullname<TAB>mailaddr] [-v]
[--help] [--version] [file ...]
The rcs2log utility generates a change log prefix from RCS files (perhaps in the CVS repository) and the ChangeLog (if any).
The options are as follows:
Output a change log prefix to changelog (default ChangeLog).
Use hostname in change log entries (default current host).
Indent change log lines by indent spaces (default 8).
Try to limit log lines to length characters (default 79).
-R If no file(s) are given and RCS is used, recurse through working directory.
Pass option to subsidiary log command.
Tab stops are every tabwidth characters (default 8).
Assume login has fullname and mailaddr.
-v Append RCS revision to file names in log lines.
--help Output help.
Output version number.
rcs(1), rcsintro(1), rlog(1), rcsfile(5)
Paul Eggert <email@example.com>
Report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
February 15, 2003 BSD