ARPUS/ce, Version 2.6.2 (03/10/05)    (SCCS 1.6)
 cc [options]
 "create copy"
     The  cc command creates a copy of an edit window.  Both copies of
     the  window may edit the file.  If a file is open under ce and an
     additional  ce is started on that file, the second ce, forwards a
     cc request to the ce already open on the window.  This only works
     within a single workstation.

     Most  of  the options and arguments that are accepted by  ce  are
     also accepted by cc. See the help file on xresources for the full
     list of command arguments and X resources.

     As of release 2.3 of Ce, the -display option is supported for the
     'cc' command.  This allows two users to edit the same file at the
     same  time.  The cc command must be executed from the ce  window.
     Prior  to  release  2.3,  the 'cc'  command  functioned  via  two
     processes  which communicated with each other.  As of release 2.3
     of  Ce,  the  'cc'  command executes in a  single  process  which
     controls both sets of windows.

 1.  Using  CC -display: Opening the same file on two workstations  is
     supported and an attempt is made to avoid conflicts. For example,
     only  one  user  can  type on the same line  at  the  same  time.
     However,  'cc' was not designed for two people to have a war in a
     file  and many of the degenerate cases (such as deleting a  range
     of  lines  containing  the line the other guy is typing  on)  may
     produce unexpected results.

 2.  Security  with  CC -display: CC with multiple displays runs as  a
     single  process.  This single process runs as the user who opened
     the display.  Thus the person at the secondary display is editing
     and  executing Ce commands as the person who started the original
     edit  session.   The second display has it's own  "Command:"  and
     message  windows and the second user can issue a 'cp' command and
     start  his own ceterm window running as the original user.  Don't
     do this if you are running as root.

 3.  Paste  buffers with CC -display X paste buffers are controlled by
     the  the  display.  Thus an 'xc' command in one window  will  not
     disturb  the  other  window.   Since both  sets  of  windows  are
     executing  in  a single process on a single machine,  copies  and
     pastes to and from files do interact.

 4.  Key definitions with CC -display When a CC -display is issued, Ce
     attempts  to  read  the key definitions from the X  server  being
     opened.   If  it  cannot, it uses the key  definitions  from  the
     current  process.   It does not attempt to find and read the  key
     definition file of the other user. If this other user is using ce
     and  ceterm's  this  will  not  be a  problem.   In  the  current
     implementation,  if the second user does not have key definitions
     loaded  and  does  a "ce -reload", both sets of windows  will  be
     affected. This may change in later releases. Have fun.

     ce            (Create Edit - Command: prompt)       
     cv            (Create View - Command: prompt)       
     cp            (Create Process)                      
     cpo           (Create Process Only)                 
     cps           (Create Server Process)               
     xresources    (Arguments and X resources)           
     ceterm        (ceterm - from shell prompt)          
     support       (customer support)                    

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