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Using RCS to control large file trees

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If you have so many files that they are spread all over a large directory subtree (see `How to organize large collections of files', you can still use RCS for version control.

We recommend that you use the make system to help with this process, with a Makefile in the root node of the affected subtree that can help you perform RCS operations for the whole tree.

See also: What does a source code control system do?
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