craddf - register files into a CR
craddf [-sstate] [-nv] [-q] CR file[:ver] ...
Specify files and their versions in the CR. The new version of the CR
gets the Exp state by default. If the CR has the state Term or Rel,
file(s) cannot be registered.
By default the files are taken from current subsystem (directory), but
files in another subsystem can be specified with a relative or
CR The name of a Change Request.
The names of files and their versions to be written in the CR. If
a file is already specified in the CR, then only the version
number is added to the end of line where the file is defined. If
the :ver part is omitted, the latest file version is added to the
CR. If -nv is used only the file is registered, without version.
Defines the CR state. The default value is Exp. If the state is
set to Term, the CR is also terminated after the file(s) are
-nv Register only the file name without any file version.
-q Runs the command without any log messages.
The CR directory is placed in $SDE_SYSTEM/master/.../$SDE_SYSCONF/cr.
craddf CR100 x1.c:1.2 x3.c:1.1
cr(1) cradd(1) craddt(1) crassign(1) crcat(1) crcheck(1) crcre(1)
crdel(1) cred(1) credt(1) crlf(1) crls(1) crmove(1) crremf(1) crren(1)
crstate(1) crsymname(1) crterminate(1)
Ivica Crnkovic, Elisabet de Waal