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I use a utility checkup, which I wrote in the late 1980s, and pipe the results into my directory editor ded, from which I can run rcsdiff, or unlock or revert changes. For the sake of example, a screenshot showing some files which are not checked-in, as well as one newer than the last check-in date:


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I have a legacy rcs status script: #!/bin/bash find ${@:-.} -type f | sed '\;/RCS/;d' | while read file do msg= if [ -z "$(rlog -R "$file" 2>/dev/null)" ] then msg="$msg no RCS" else if co -q -kk -p "$file" | cmp -s - "$file" || co -q -p "$file" | cmp -s - "$file" then msg="$msg same" else ...



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