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 1.\" Contributed by Lowell Skoog <fluke!lowell@uunet.uu.net>
 2.TH CVSCHECK LOCAL "4 March 1991" FLUKE
 3.SH NAME
 4cvscheck \- identify files added, changed, or removed in a CVS working
 5directory
 6.SH SYNOPSIS
 7.B cvscheck
 8.SH DESCRIPTION
 9This command is a housekeeping aid.  It should be run in a working
10directory that has been checked out using CVS.  It identifies files
11that have been added, changed, or removed in the working directory, but
12not CVS
13.BR commit ted.
14It also determines whether the files have been CVS
15.BR add ed
16or CVS
17.BR remove d.
18For directories, this command determines only whether they have been
19.BR add ed.
20It operates in the current directory only.
21.LP
22This command provides information that is available using CVS
23.B status
24and CVS
25.BR diff .
26The advantage of
27.B cvscheck
28is that its output is very concise.  It saves you the strain (and
29potential error) of interpreting the output of CVS
30.B status
31and
32.BR diff .
33.LP
34See
35.BR cvs (local)
36or
37.BR cvshelp (local)
38for instructions on how to add or remove a file or directory in a
39CVS-controlled package.
40.SH DIAGNOSTICS
41The exit status is 0 if no files have been added, changed, or removed
42from the current directory.  Otherwise, the command returns a count of
43the adds, changes, and deletes.
44.SH SEE ALSO
45.BR cvs (local),
46.BR cvshelp (local)
47.SH AUTHOR
48Lowell Skoog
49.br
50Software Technology Group
51.br
52Technical Computing