euclid-wm is a minimalist tiling window manager for X11. It is designed to allow quick and easy management of numerous windows entirely from easy-to-learn, Vim-like key-bindings. It seeks to do two things in particular: balance the ease of use common among automatic-layout tiling window managers with the flexibility of manual layout window managers, and create a useful way to handle minimized applications.
Running sccs2rcs in a directory with an SCCS subdirectory will convert all the SCCS files to corresponding RCS master files in a new RCS directory; the SCCS data itself is accessed read-only. It will complain and terminate if any of the SCCS files are checked out, or if the RCS directory already exists and is non-empty. If the directory contains snapshot auxiliary data produced by Emacs VC mode for tagging, that will be used too.