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bk c2r(7.3.3)		    BitKeeper User's Manual		 bk c2r(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk c2r -	convert	changeset revision to file revision

SYNOPSIS
       bk c2r -rcset_rev file

DESCRIPTION
       This  command  takes a changeset	revision and a filename	and prints the
       latest revision in the file that	is part	of that	changeset.

EXAMPLE
       Suppose that revision 1.5 of foo.c was made in changeset	1.1234.

	   $ bk	c2r -r1.1234 foo.c
	   1.5
	   $ bk	log -r1.5 foo.c
	   foo.c 1.5
	     2009-07-07	11:20:27-07:00 wscoot@desk.bitkeeper.com +4 -3
	     Include system.h.

       This command is the inverse of bk r2c, which goes  from	a  file	 to  a
       changeset  revision.   This  goes the other way,	from changeset to file
       revision.  This command is here for completeness	only, you can get  the
       same effect in a	single step like so:

	   $ bk	log -r@1.1234 foo.c
	   foo.c 1.5
	     2009-07-07	11:20:27-07:00 wscoot@desk.bitkeeper.com +4 -3
	     Include system.h.

SEE ALSO
       bk-r2c

CATEGORY
       Utility

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