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A.11.1 export options

These standard options are supported by export (see section Common command options, for a complete description of them):

-D date

Use the most recent revision no later than date.

-f

If no matching revision is found, retrieve the most recent revision (instead of ignoring the file).

-l

Local; run only in current working directory.

-n

Do not run any checkout program.

-R

Export directories recursively. This is on by default.

-r tag

Use revision tag.

In addition, these options (that are common to checkout and export) are also supported:

-d dir

Create a directory called dir for the working files, instead of using the module name. See section checkout options, for complete details on how CVS handles this flag.

-k subst

Set keyword expansion mode (see section Substitution modes).

-N

Only useful together with `-d dir'. See section checkout options, for complete details on how CVS handles this flag.


 
 
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