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sup - do <whatever SCM> update

NAME

sup(1) - do <whatever SCM> update

SYNOPSIS

sup [-rq] [<path>...]
vcs [-q] [<path>...]

DESCRIPTION

sup(1) is a tool to just "update" a working directory using whatever SCM commands appropriate for the directory. Updating is performed for each given path, or the current directory if none is given.

sup currently supports CVS (cvs), Subversion (svn), Git (git/git-svn), Mercurial (hg) and Bazaar (bzr).

If called as vcs, the name of SCM detected is printed for each given path.

OPTIONS

The following command line arguments are supported:

-q

Suppress warnings like "VCS unknown".

-r

Update directories recursively according to a file named .sup which should list the names of subdirectories to process. Empty lines and lines starting with # are ignored, lines starting with - or ! are regarded as negative patterns, and those starting with + or otherwise, are regarded as positive patterns. Surrounding space characters are trimmed, and shell wildcards are available.

In recursion, symbolic links are ignored for security reasons.

BUGS

  • The name obviously collides with the legendary tool "SUP" (Software Upgrade Protocol).

  • sup calls rebase in Git instead of merge and there is no way to configure that.

  • There is no command line option, no configuration and no nothing.

AUTHOR

Copyright (c) 2008-2017 Akinori MUSHA.

Licensed under the 2-clause BSD license. See LICENSE.txt for details.

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