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authorDmitry Bogatov <>2018-12-01 21:23:56 +0000
committerDmitry Bogatov <>2018-12-01 21:23:56 +0000
commit7f910947b9de5f47d30af08e630187a4a44e4afa (patch)
treed3196871fa35f0b5d2a8d5505ae401a1cd077f38 /INSTALL
parentdac6ac8dc84be29fdef17e80be8a5b9f3f5df992 (diff)
parentd9614c9ab85ca891f62fc0be4a3bf2219f5d8e5e (diff)
Update upstream source from tag 'upstream/1.21'
Update to upstream version '1.21' with Debian dir 26932491acd4b95bd9279187006678cd19ec8385
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@@ -1,12 +1,11 @@
= Installing SRC =
-Have RCS or CSSC or both installed on your system. Have "python"
-available as a Python 2.7 or 3.x interpreter, x >= 3. Put
-src somewhere on your $PATH. That's all there is to it.
+Have "python" available as a Python 2.7 or 3.x interpreter, x >=
+3. Put src somewhere on your $PATH.
-(The SCCS support is limited, does not include tag or branch support,
-and not really recommended unless you have a specific need to work
-with legacy SCCS histories.)
+Have RCS or SCCS or both installed on your system. The GNU version of SCCS,
+CSSC or "Compatibly Stupid Source Control", will do; the SunOS and Schilling
+versions remove some minor limitations.
If you want to use the "visualize" command, you will need to install the
graphviz package to get dot(1).
@@ -15,7 +14,7 @@ There's a 'make install' production you can use that also installs the
manual page. It will require root permissions.
Doing 'make check' performs a comprehensive test of the software. You
-must have both RCS and CSSC installed for this to work. You must also have
+must have both RCS and SCCS installed for this to work. You must also have
a Git user configuration with and set; this is
required for the fast-export test.