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 sccsdiff(1)							 sccsdiff(1)




 NAME
      sccsdiff - compare two versions of an SCCS file

 SYNOPSIS
      sccsdiff -rSID1 -rSID2 [-p] [-sn] file ...

 DESCRIPTION
      The sccsdiff command compares two versions of an SCCS file, and
      generates the differences between the two versions.  Any number of
      SCCS files may be specified, but arguments apply to all files.

	   -rSID?	  SID1 and SID2 specify the deltas of an SCCS file
			  that are to be compared.  Versions are passed to
			  bdiff in the order given (see bdiff(1)).  The SIDs
			  accepted, and the corresponding version retrieved
			  for the comparison are the same as for get (see
			  get(1)).

	   -p		  Pipe output for each file through pr (see pr(1)).

	   -sn		  n is the file segment size that bdiff passes to
			  diff (see diff(1)).  This is useful when diff
			  fails due to a high system load.

 EXTERNAL INFLUENCES
    International Code Set Support
      Single- and multi-byte character code sets are supported with the
      exception that multi-byte-character file names are not supported.

 DIAGNOSTICS
      file: No differences
		The two versions are identical.

      Use sccshelp(1) for explanations.

 FILES
      /tmp/get?????	  Temporary files

 SEE ALSO
      bdiff(1), diff(1), get(1), pr(1), sccshelp(1).














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