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.

-r[rev]

Specify revision.

-u[rev]

Unlock if is locked and no differences found.

-n[rev]

Dry run (no act, don’t operate).

-q[rev]

See Misc common options.

-ksubst

See Substitution mode option.

-T

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

-V
-Vn
-xsuff

See Misc common options.

-zzone

See Date option.


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