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ntp-4.2.8p13 was released on 07 March 2019. It addresses 1 medium-severity security issue in ntpd, and provides 17 non-security bugfixes and 1 other improvements over 4.2.8p12.

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Beyond just listing the current contents of a file, you can get metadata and revision information about a file. The most useful command for this is bk prs, which comes with a truckload of options (see bk helptool). We can start with using bk prs to get information about a single file (feel free to add more usage here):
 $ bk prs README               # print revision summary (newest first)
 $ bk prs -f README            # print revision summary (oldest first)
 $ bk prs -r+ README           # only most recent revision
 $ bk prs -r1.3                # specific revision
 $ bk prs -r1.3..1.6           # specific range of revisions

In addition, bk prs has default and recursive behaviour:

 $ bk prs                      # all files in current directory
 $ bk -r prs                   # recursive (probably overkill)
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