The Attributed File System (AtFS)
AtFS is a storage system supporting multiple versions of files and
associating an arbitrary number of application defined attributes
of the form "name=value" with each version. AtFS comes as a function
library that is meant as an extension to the UNIX file system. It does
this without the need for kernel modifications and without imposing any
restrictions to existing file system applications. It is part of ShapeTools,
a software configuration management system.
This is README for shapeTools-1.4pl6.
It contains general information on ShapeTools (we also refer to it as
"shape toolkit") and an overview of its parts. The file "INSTALL"
helps you installing the toolkit on your machine. It also gives hints
for solving portability problems and describes the procedure for
porting the toolkit to a new operating system platform. If you used
ShapeTools-1.3 (or ea
atfsit(1) ShapeTools atfsit(1)
atfsit - A program to prepare files for version control
atfsit [ -cFhfsmM ] [ -qad ] [ -Iflags ] [ -Rflags ] [ -tdi‐
rectory ] file1 ...
Atfsit is a semi-intelligent program to prepare files for
ShapeTools version control. This involves putting the cor‐
atfsrepair(1) ShapeTools atfsrepair(1)
atfsrepair - repair corrupted AtFS repository, or convert old
repository to new format.
atfsrepair [-Ceinqv] file1 ...
Atfsrepair checks the AtFS repository for inconsistencies in
the a given file history. If a corrupted archive file is
found in the re
cacheadm(1) ShapeTools cacheadm(1)
cacheadm - admin
cphist - copy an
mkatfs(1) ShapeTools mkatfs(1)
mkatfs - creat
rcs2atfs(1) ShapeTools rcs2atfs(1)
rcs2atfs - conve
retrv(1) ShapeTools retrv(1)
retrv - retrieve
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