The bare -r option (without any  revision)  has  an unusual  meaning in ci.  With other RCS commands, a bare -r option specifies the most  recent  revision on  the  default  branch,  but  with  ci, a bare -r option  reestablishes  the  default   behavior   of releasing a lock and removing the working file, and is used to override any default -l  or  -u  options established by shell aliases or scripts.



































































































































































































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