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PRS(1)									PRS(1)


NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     prs - print an SCCS file

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     prs [-d dataspec] [-r[SID]] [-e] [-l] [-c date-time] [-a] files

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     prs prints, on the	standard output, parts or all of an SCCS file [see
     sccsfile(4)] in a user-supplied format.  If a directory is	named, prs
     behaves as	though each file in the	directory were specified as a named
     file, except that non-SCCS	files (last component of the path name does
     not begin with s.), and unreadable	files are silently ignored.  If	a name
     of	- is given, the	standard input is read;	each line of the standard
     input is taken to be the name of an SCCS file or directory	to be
     processed;	non-SCCS files and unreadable files are	silently ignored.

     Arguments to prs, which may appear	in any order, consist of keyletter
     arguments,	and file names.

     All the described keyletter arguments apply independently to each named
     file:

	  -d[dataspec]	 Used to specify the output data specification.	 The
			 dataspec is a string consisting of SCCS file data
			 keywords (see DATA KEYWORDS) interspersed with
			 optional user supplied	text.

	  -r[SID]	 Used to specify the SCCS IDentification (SID) string
			 of a delta for	which information is desired.  If no
			 SID is	specified, the SID of the most recently
			 created delta is assumed.

	  -e		 Requests information for all deltas created earlier
			 than and including the	delta designated via the -r
			 keyletter or the date given by	the -c option.

	  -l		 Requests information for all deltas created later
			 than and including the	delta designated via the -r
			 keyletter or the date given by	the -c option.

	  -c [date-time] The cutoff date-time -c[date-time]] is	in the form:

			      YY[MM[DD[HH[MM[SS]]]]]
			 Units omitted from the	date-time default to their
			 maximum possible values; that is, -c7502 is
			 equivalent to -c750228235959.	The values of 00-38
			 for YY	indicate 2000-2038.  YY	values between 39 and
			 69 are	not permitted.	Any number of non-numeric
			 characters may	separate the various 2-digit pieces of
			 the cutoff date in the	form:  "-c77/2/2 9:22:25".





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	  -a		 Requests printing of information for both removed,
			 i.e., delta type = R, [see rmdel(1)] and existing,
			 i.e., delta type = D, deltas.	If the -a keyletter is
			 not specified,	information for	existing deltas	only
			 is provided.

DATA KEYWORDS    [Toc]    [Back]

     Data keywords specify which parts of an SCCS file are to be retrieved and
     output.  All parts	of an SCCS file	[see sccsfile(4)] have an associated
     data keyword.  There is no	limit on the number of times a data keyword
     may appear	in a dataspec.

     The information printed by	prs consists of:  (1) the user-supplied	text;
     and (2) appropriate values	(extracted from	the SCCS file) substituted for
     the  recognized data keywords in the order	of appearance in the dataspec.
     The format	of a data keyword value	is either Simple (S), in which keyword
     substitution is direct, or	Multi-line (M),	in which keyword substitution
     is	followed by a carriage return.

     User-supplied text	is any text other than recognized data keywords.
     A tab is specified	by \t and carriage return/new-line is specified	by \n.
     The default data keywords are:

		      ":Dt:\t:DL:\nMRs:\n:MR:COMMENTS:\n:C:"

		      TABLE 1. SCCS Files Data Keywords
Keyword		Data Item		File Section	    Value	Format
 :Dt:	      Delta information		Delta Table	 See below*	  S
 :DL:	      Delta line		     "	       :Li:/:Ld:/:Lu:	  S
	      statistics
 :Li:	      Lines inserted by		     "		    nnnnn	  S
	      Delta
 :Ld:	      Lines deleted by		     "		    nnnnn	  S
	      Delta
 :Lu:	      Lines unchanged by	     "		    nnnnn	  S
	      Delta
 :DT:	      Delta type		     "		   D~or~R	  S
  :I:	      SCCS ID string (SID)	     "	       :R:.:L:.:B:.:S:	  S
  :R:	      Release number		     "		    nnnn	  S
  :L:	      Level number		     "		    nnnn	  S
  :B:	      Branch number		     "		    nnnn	  S
  :S:	      Sequence number		     "		    nnnn	  S
  :D:	      Date Delta created	     "	       :Dy:/:Dm:/:Dd:	  S
 :Dy:	      Year Delta created	     "		     nn		  S
 :Dm:	      Month Delta created	     "		     nn		  S
 :Dd:	      Day Delta	created		     "		     nn		  S









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		  TABLE	1. SCCS	Files Data Keywords (continued)
Keyword	 Data Item			      File Section	Value	   Format
  :T:  Time Delta created			   "	   :Th:::Tm:::Ts:    S
 :Th:  Hour Delta created			   "		 nn	     S
 :Tm:  Minutes Delta created			   "		 nn	     S
 :Ts:  Seconds Delta created			   "		 nn	     S
  :P:  Programmer who created Delta		   "	       logname	     S
 :DS:  Delta sequence number			   "		nnnn	     S
 :DP:  Predecessor Delta seq-no.		   "		nnnn	     S
 :DI:  Seq-no. of deltas incl.,	excl., ignored	   "	   :Dn:/:Dx:/:Dg:    S
 :Dn:  Deltas included (seq #)			   "	    :DS:~:DS:...     S
 :Dx:  Deltas excluded (seq #)			   "	    :DS:~:DS:...     S
 :Dg:  Deltas ignored (seq #)			   "	    :DS:~:DS:...     S
 :MR:  MR numbers for delta			   "		text	     M
  :C:  Comments	for delta			   "		text	     M
 :UN:  User names			       User Names	text	     M
 :FL:  Flag list				 Flags		text	     M
  :Y:  Module type flag				   "		text	     S
 :MF:  MR validation flag			   "	      yes~or~no	     S
 :MP:  MR validation pgm name			   "		text	     S
 :KF:  Keyword error/warning flag		   "	      yes~or~no	     S
 :KV:  Keyword validation string		   "		text	     S
 :BF:  Branch flag				   "	      yes~or~no	     S
  :J:  Joint edit flag				   "	      yes~or~no	     S
 :LK:  Locked releases				   "	       :R:...	     S
  :Q:  User-defined keyword			   "		text	     S
  :M:  Module name				   "		text	     S
 :FB:  Floor boundary				   "		 :R:	     S
 :CB:  Ceiling boundary				   "		 :R:	     S
 :Ds:  Default SID				   "		 :I:	     S
 :ND:  Null delta flag				   "	      yes~or~no	     S
 :FD:  File descriptive	text			Comments	text	     M
 :BD:  Body					  Body		text	     M
 :GB:  Gotten body				   "		text	     M
  :W:  A form of what(1) string			  N/A	     :Z::M:\t:I:     S
  :A:  A form of what(1) string			  N/A	  :Z::Y:~:M:~:I::Z:  S
  :Z:  what(1) string delimiter			  N/A		@(#)	     S
  :F:  SCCS file name				  N/A		text	     S
 :PN:  SCCS file path name			  N/A		text	     S

       * :Dt:~=~:DT:~:I:~:D:~:T:~:P:~:DS:~:DP:

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

	  prs -d"Users and/or user IDs for :F: are:\n:UN:" s.file

     may produce on the	standard output:

	  Users	and/or user IDs	for s.file are:
	  xyz
	  131
	  abc




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	  prs -d"Newest	delta for pgm :M:: :I: Created :D: By :P:" -r s.file

     may produce on the	standard output:

	  Newest delta for pgm main.c: 3.7 Created 77/12/1 By cas

     As	a special case:

	  prs s.file

     may produce on the	standard output:

	  D 1.1	77/12/1	00:00:00 cas 1 000000/00000/00000
	  MRs:
	  bl78-12345
	  bl79-54321
	  COMMENTS:
	  this is the comment line for s.file initial delta

     for each delta table entry	of the ``D'' type.  The	only keyletter
     argument allowed to be used with the special case is the -a keyletter.

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

     /tmp/pr?????

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

      
      
     admin(1), delta(1), get(1), help(1), sccsfile(4)

DIAGNOSTICS    [Toc]    [Back]

     Use help(1) for explanations.


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