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ssupdate - copy changes between snapshots
[-nRV] [-sc] [-NwsName] [-qpl] [-y] [-Ssource-snapshot] [target-snapshot [path
ssupdate copies changes between snapshots. By default, all
changes are copied to the named target-snapshot from its parent. The -S option
allows a different source snapshot to be specified.
Options -s and -c limit
copying to non-conflicting and conflict differences respectively.
formats are available. The normal format is a one-line summary of which attributes
are different. The long (-l) format shows the actual attribute differences
(except for content). The short (-p) format shows only the paths of the files
which are different. No prompting (-q) can also be selected.
If path is given,
only changes to path will be copied.
Default options can
be set on most SnapshotCM commands. See wco(1)
If the working
directory is a mapped workspace, the target-snapshot and host will default
to the mapped snapshot. The source-snapshot defaults to the parent of the
Use a single dot (".") for the target-snapshot in order to
default it and still enter a path.
is 0 for success, 1 for error in copying a change, and >1 if there was a
bad option or a network error.
- Process conflicting snapshot
changes. Requires -N option to merge content conflicts.
- Operate on snapshots
- Prompt with a long format listing of differences.
- Print normal
output and do normal prompting, but do not perform copy.
- Name the
workspace to use for file content merging.
- Prompt with only the path names
of items with differences.
- Don't print or prompt with differences. -y is
- Recursively copy changes to items in the hierarchy rooted at
- Process source snapshot changes.
- Specify the snapshot
from which to copy changes.
- Print internal version and exit.
- Do not prompt
for confirmation. Conflict changes are skipped.
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