Clone of the Unix SCCS revision-control system
DescriptionSCCS is a per-file revision-control system. It is a de-facto standard on commercial Unices, being shipped with most of those. GNU-based systems usually use RCS instead of SCCS - indeed it has been a choice to design RCS instead of implementing a free SCCS clone. RCS was designed to address some problems with SCCS (eg. extraction time grows linearly with the size of the history file), but it has anyway problems of its own (eg. extraction time of branches grows with trunk length). Some project-wide revision-control systems, like Aegis, can make use of CSSC instead of RCS. This package also provides a web frontend to navigate the history of files under SCCS control, with optional support for formatting of manpages using groff.
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