Searches the working file  for  keyword  values  to determine   its  revision  number,  creation  date, state, and author (see co(1)),  and  assigns  these values  to the deposited revision, rather than computing them locally.  It also generates  a  default login  message  noting  the login of the caller and the actual checkin date.  This option is useful for software  distribution.  A revision that is sent to several sites should be  checked  in  with  the  -k option at these sites to preserve the original number, date, author, and state.  The  extracted  keyword  values  and  the  default  log message can be overridden with the options -d, -m, -s, -w, and any option that carries a revision number.

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