GNU RCS 5.9.1: rcsclean

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2.7 Invoking rcsclean

rcs clean [options] [file …]
(or “rcsclean” instead of “rcs clean”)

The rcsclean command removes working files that are not being worked on. If given -u, it also unlocks and removes working files that are being worked on but have not changed. If no file is specified, operate on all the working files in the current directory.


Specify revision.


Unlock if is locked and no differences found.


Dry run (no act, don’t operate).


See Misc common options.


See Substitution mode option.


Preserve the modification time on the RCS file even it changes because a lock is removed.


See Misc common options.


See Date option.

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