Xianzhou Guo | 1 Jul 01:04 2005
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[p4] revert unchanged files

I asked this question several times and never get a
satisfied answer.

Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is a
painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years. So
many people are crying for this feature, but perforce
never heard of them.

I am suprised how slow perforce listen to its users.

Like a user stated in 1999: The source safe VS plugin
has an option: undocheckout unchanged files.

Perforce never provides such an option of any
alternative. 

People believe trigger can solve the problem, but it
can not. Trigger can only reject the submit, but can
not let the submit go through with only changed files.

Not sure what's going on here. It's so easy for
perforce to add a option to its SCC plugin, but they
never did it in last 6 years!

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Vinny Murphy | 1 Jul 01:26 2005
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Re: [p4] revert unchanged files

you could always use 'p4 diff -sr ... |p4 -x - revert' 

Xianzhou Guo said the following on 06/30/2005 07:04 PM:

>I asked this question several times and never get a
>satisfied answer.
>
>Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is a
>painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years. So
>many people are crying for this feature, but perforce
>never heard of them.
>
>I am suprised how slow perforce listen to its users.
>
>Like a user stated in 1999: The source safe VS plugin
>has an option: undocheckout unchanged files.
>
>Perforce never provides such an option of any
>alternative. 
>
>People believe trigger can solve the problem, but it
>can not. Trigger can only reject the submit, but can
>not let the submit go through with only changed files.
>
>Not sure what's going on here. It's so easy for
>perforce to add a option to its SCC plugin, but they
>never did it in last 6 years!
>
>__________________________________________________
>Do You Yahoo!?
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Xianzhou Guo | 1 Jul 01:31 2005
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Re: [p4] revert unchanged files

If you read my message, you can see I am talking about
VS.NET plug in.

I do everything in VS.NET. If I have to go outside of
VS.NET to do a check in, then we are talking about
doing everything manually. It has to be automated,
that's the whole reason to use a software. The fact
that I have to remember (More importantly, to ask my
developers to remember) to do it, it's unrealistic.

Calvin

--- Vinny Murphy <vmurphy <at> cisco.com> wrote:

> you could always use 'p4 diff -sr ... |p4 -x -
> revert' 
> 
> Xianzhou Guo said the following on 06/30/2005 07:04
> PM:
> 
> >I asked this question several times and never get a
> >satisfied answer.
> >
> >Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is
> a
> >painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years.
> So
> >many people are crying for this feature, but
> perforce
> >never heard of them.
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Slava Imeshev | 1 Jul 02:50 2005
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Re: [p4] revert unchanged files

Or just use 'p4 revert -a ...'

Regards,

Slava Imeshev

--- Vinny Murphy <vmurphy <at> cisco.com> wrote:

> you could always use 'p4 diff -sr ... |p4 -x - revert' 
> 
> Xianzhou Guo said the following on 06/30/2005 07:04 PM:
> 
> >I asked this question several times and never get a
> >satisfied answer.
> >
> >Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is a
> >painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years. So
> >many people are crying for this feature, but perforce
> >never heard of them.
> >
> >I am suprised how slow perforce listen to its users.
> >
> >Like a user stated in 1999: The source safe VS plugin
> >has an option: undocheckout unchanged files.
> >
> >Perforce never provides such an option of any
> >alternative. 
> >
> >People believe trigger can solve the problem, but it
> >can not. Trigger can only reject the submit, but can
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Dave Hildebrandt | 1 Jul 04:37 2005

[p4] iscsi

Been a while since I've posted here.

Is anyone using ISCSI ?

What's your configuration?  How's the performance?

-d

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Noel Yap | 1 Jul 14:13 2005

Re: [p4] revert unchanged files

You /could/ turn this around and ask why it's so difficult to create a VS plugin yourself or to obtain one over
the ether ;-)  I know in emacs, there's already have a plugin and, if it didn't already have this feature, it
could be added easily. 
(Personally, I prefer typing in the commands myself rather than using any plugin; doing so keeps my shell
skills in shape which is handier than hitting specific buttons in way more situations.  To each his own, though.)

Noel

Xianzhou Guo wrote:

> If you read my message, you can see I am talking about
> VS.NET plug in.
> 
> I do everything in VS.NET. If I have to go outside of
> VS.NET to do a check in, then we are talking about
> doing everything manually. It has to be automated,
> that's the whole reason to use a software. The fact
> that I have to remember (More importantly, to ask my
> developers to remember) to do it, it's unrealistic.
> 
> Calvin
> 
> --- Vinny Murphy <vmurphy <at> cisco.com> wrote:
> 
> 
>>you could always use 'p4 diff -sr ... |p4 -x -
>>revert' 
>>
>>Xianzhou Guo said the following on 06/30/2005 07:04
>>PM:
>>
>>
>>>I asked this question several times and never get a
>>>satisfied answer.
>>>
>>>Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is
>>
>>a
>>
>>>painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years.
>>
>>So
>>
>>>many people are crying for this feature, but
>>
>>perforce
>>
>>>never heard of them.
>>>
>>>I am suprised how slow perforce listen to its
>>
>>users.
>>
>>>Like a user stated in 1999: The source safe VS
>>
>>plugin
>>
>>>has an option: undocheckout unchanged files.
>>>
>>>Perforce never provides such an option of any
>>>alternative. 
>>>
>>>People believe trigger can solve the problem, but
>>
>>it
>>
>>>can not. Trigger can only reject the submit, but
>>
>>can
>>
>>>not let the submit go through with only changed
>>
>>files.
>>
>>>Not sure what's going on here. It's so easy for
>>>perforce to add a option to its SCC plugin, but
>>
>>they
>>
>>>never did it in last 6 years!
>>>
>>>__________________________________________________
>>>Do You Yahoo!?
>>>Tired of spam?  Yahoo! Mail has the best spam
>>
>>protection around 
>>
>>>http://mail.yahoo.com 
>>>_______________________________________________
>>>perforce-user mailing list  - 
>>
>>perforce-user <at> perforce.com
>>
>>http://maillist.perforce.com/mailman/listinfo/perforce-user
>>
>>> 
>>>
>>
> 
> 
> 
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Kosinski, Teresa | 1 Jul 17:41 2005

RE: [p4] revert unchanged files

In P4Win (for several releases, I believe), there's been an option under
Perforce Objects -->Changelists-->Automatically deselect unchanged files
before changelist submission.

It's highly valuable.

-----Original Message-----
From: Xianzhou Guo [mailto:szguoxz <at> yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 4:04 PM
To: perforce-user <at> perforce.com
Subject: [p4] revert unchanged files

I asked this question several times and never get a
satisfied answer.

Then I googled my question, to my suprised, this is a
painful problem of Perforce for almost 6 -7 years. So
many people are crying for this feature, but perforce
never heard of them.

I am suprised how slow perforce listen to its users.

Like a user stated in 1999: The source safe VS plugin
has an option: undocheckout unchanged files.

Perforce never provides such an option of any
alternative. 

People believe trigger can solve the problem, but it
can not. Trigger can only reject the submit, but can
not let the submit go through with only changed files.

Not sure what's going on here. It's so easy for
perforce to add a option to its SCC plugin, but they
never did it in last 6 years!

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Chuck Karish | 2 Jul 05:09 2005
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Re: [p4] P4V vs P4Win

> Can I load a checkpoint made with 2000.2 using 2004.2 p4d –xu? 
That's a question for Perforce support.
> When a user should use P4V and when P4Win?
A user should use p4win while being weaned from VSS.
> Do you know when P4V was introduced?
On Windows, in 2000.
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Ivey, William | 3 Jul 18:06 2005
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[p4] Checkpoint file too large?


I was attempting to checkpoint my system (2005.1) and got
this message:

Checkpointing to checkpoint.1802...
Perforce server error:
        write: checkpoint.1802: File too large

What it managed to write out looked like:
   1073741312 Jul 03 10:57 checkpoint.1802

Which is susiciously close to 1GB - anyone know
if this operation is limited by RAM? -Wm

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Ivey, William | 3 Jul 18:28 2005
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RE: [p4] Checkpoint file too large?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: perforce-user-bounces <at> perforce.com
> 
> I was attempting to checkpoint my system (2005.1) and got
> this message:
> 
> Checkpointing to checkpoint.1802...
> Perforce server error:
>         write: checkpoint.1802: File too large
> 
> What it managed to write out looked like:
>    1073741312 Jul 03 10:57 checkpoint.1802
> 
> Which is susiciously close to 1GB - anyone know
> if this operation is limited by RAM? -Wm

FWIW, the system is AIX and there should be plenty
of space for paging. -Wm

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