Schily's USER COMMANDS                                sccs-log(1)


NAME

     sccs-log, sccslog - create changelog from SCCS history files


SYNOPSIS

     sccslog [options] file1 .. filen


DESCRIPTION

     Sccslog creates a Changelog file from SCCS history files.

     If a file argument refers to a directory, the  directory  is
     scanned  for  file names that start with ``s.'' and examines
     all these files.


OPTIONS

     -a   sccslog normally collects  all  deltas  with  the  same
          delta comment and prints them as one log table entry in
          case the related delta time for the  files  differs  no
          more than one day. With -a, sccslog collects only those
          deltas that have been created within 60 seconds.

     -aa  With -aa, sccslog collects only deltas that  have  been
          created in the same second.

     -Cdir
          Use dir as base directory for printed file names in the
          output.  This option is used by sccs -R to tell sccslog
          to print filenames that are suitable for complete  pro-
          ject changelog files.

     -p subdir
          Tell sccslog to  use  subdir  when  dealing  with  file
          names.

     -x   Print all comment lines, even those  lines  that  start
          with  ^Ac_  and  thus are no real comment but represent
          SCCS v6 metadata that has been wrapped  as  comment  to
          survive   modifications  by  SCCS  v4  programs.   Such
          wrapped data is file specific and will prevent to  find
          more files with the same delta comment.

     -help
          Prints a short  summary  of  the  sccslog  options  and
          exists.

     -V

     -version
          Prints the sccslog version number string and exists.


EXAMPLES

     To creates a changelog for all SCCS history files in  direc-
     tory SCCS call:

Joerg Schilling      Last change: 2015/01/19                    1


Schily's USER COMMANDS                                sccs-log(1)

          sccslog SCCS/s.*


ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

     None.


FILES

     $HOME/.sccs/usermap
          This file contains a map list from user names  to  user
          descriptions.  It consists of a list of lines (each for
          one user) that start with  a  user  name,  followed  by
          white  space  and a user description.  It may e.g. look
          like:

          joerg   Joerg Schilling <schily@somewhere.com>
          ronnie  Ronnie Nowhere <ronnie@nowhere.com>


SEE ALSO

     sccs(1),    sccs-admin(1),    sccs-cdc(1),     sccs-comb(1),
     sccs-cvt(1),   sccs-delta(1),   sccs-get(1),   sccs-help(1),
     sccs-prs(1),   sccs-prt(1),   sccs-rmdel(1),   sccs-sact(1),
     sccs-sccsdiff(1),   sccs-unget(1),   sccs-val(1),   what(1),
     sccschangeset(4), sccsfile(4).


DIAGNOSTICS


NOTES


BUGS


AUTHOR

     sccslog(1) was origininally written by  Joerg  Schilling  in
     1997 and is still maintained by Joerg Schilling.

Joerg Schilling      Last change: 2015/01/19                    2


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