Write descriptive text from the string into the RCS file, deleting the existing text.

The -t option, in both its forms, has  effect  only during  an  initial checkin; it is silently ignored otherwise.

During the initial checkin, if -t is not given,  ci obtains the text from standard input, terminated by end-of-file or by a line  containing  . by  itself.  The user is prompted for the text if interaction is possible; see -I.

For backward compatibility with older  versions  of RCS, a bare -t option is ignored.

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