NAME

rcsfind - Search a directory tree for RCS files matching some criteria.

SYNOPSIS

      rcsfind [options] [directories]

DESCRIPTION

      The command rcsfind executes the command rcsinfo -R, followed by the 
      rcsfind options, for each directory in a directory tree.
    PARAMETERS
      directories
	Specifies which directories to search recursively. The default is
        the current directory (".").
    OPTIONS
      The following options are applied as search keys on each RCS file and
      limit the resulting output.
      The options are sent further to rcsinfo, for more information about
      the options see rcsinfo(1).
      -r[versions]
           See -r option in rcsinfo(1).
      -nr [versions]
           See -nr option in rcsinfo(1). Note, that the option -nr and
           versions must be separated with a space.
      -l[lockers]
           See -l option in rcsinfo(1).
      -sstates
           See -s option in rcsinfo(1)).
      -ns states
           See -ns option in rcsinfo(1). Note, that the option -ns and
           states must be separated with a space.
      -w[logins]
           See -w option in rcsinfo(1).
      -ddates
           See -d option in rcsinfo(1).
      -P   See -P option in rcsinfo(1).
      -zzone
           See -z option in rcsinfo(1).

 

      The following options format output:
      -a 
          Show all file versions, not only filenames.
      -T[VSANDLC]  
          Define output format. You can use this option with -a. See
          rcsinfo(1).

 

EXAMPLES

      $ rcsfind -l
      prints all the RCS files in the directory tree . that are locked.
      $ rcsfind -sExp -r
      prints all the RCS files in the directory tree . where the latest
      version has state Exp.
      $ rcsfind -ns Stable,Unchanged,Rel,Obsolete -r
      prints all the RCS files in the directory tree . that have been
      changed since the previous release, but are not yet Stable.

SEE ALSO

      rcsinfo(1)

AUTHOR

     Stefan Frennemo