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Simple Revision Control is RCS reloaded with a modern UI, designed to manage single-file solo projects kept more than one to a directory. Has a modern, svn/hg/git-like UI

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			Simple Revision Control

The venerable RCS (Revision Control System) has survived into the era
of distributed version control because it fills a niche: sometimes you
only *want* to track changes in single files at a time - for example,
if you have a directory full of documents with separate histories.

SRC (Simple Revision Control) is RCS, reloaded.  It remains
determinedly file-oriented and doesn't even track the committer of a
change (because that's always you), but incorporates the design and
user-interface lessons of modern systems.  It features sequential
revision numbers, lockless operation, embedded command help, and a
command set that will seem familiar to users of Subversion, Mercurial,
and Git.

See INSTALL for the (very simple) installation instructions.

Run 'make check' for the regression test.

     	      	       	  	      		 Eric S. Raymond
						 November 2014