rcstell [ -l ]
Rcstell prints a list of any files that are checked out as
locked in the current directory. It does so by examining
all the files ending in ,v in the current and the './RCS'
The -l option displays a longer output that consists of the
file name, the revision name, the locker login name and the
locker real name for each locked file.
*,v RCS/*,v The files examined.
Diomidis Spinellis (email@example.com)
rcs(1), co (1), ci (1), rlog (1).
Walter F. Tichy, "Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of
a Revision Control System," in Proceedings of the 6th Inter-
national Conference on Software Engineering, IEEE, Tokyo,
Depends a lot on the format of the rlog output as well as
the the passwd file. In particular it uses the ``,'' to
distinguish the real name from the GCOS field.
Man(1) output converted with