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Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 13:40:21 -0500
From: JT Williams <jeffw AT darwin DOT sfbr DOT org>
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Subject: Re: version control packages for dos
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-: Consider this sample of invocation :
-:   ci ..\RCS\foo.c foo.c
-:   ci: ..\rcs\RCS/foo.c : no such file or directory
-:   ci: RCS\foo.c : no such file or directory

I have been using the djgpp port of rcs for some time, with no problems.
However, I have never tried to archive "outside" of the current working
directory, as you do here; instead, every directory I want under rcs
control has a file `rcs' that contains a single line (the full path to
the repository for the current directory), e.g.,

% pwd
/hackery/djlfn/src

% cat rcs
/dev/e/cvs/djlfn/src.rcs

Note the `.rcs' prefix on the repository name.

With this setup I have had no trouble.

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