April 23, 2014New Releases of P4D, P4V, Git Fusion; Heartbleed Vulnerability Update and Planned Obsolescence for Certain Platformsby Furkan Khan, Director of Product Management at Perforce Software
April 22, 2014by Doug Olson, Senior Director of Technical Support at Perforce Software
In response to the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL, an open-source implementation of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, we released patched versions of our impacted server products on April 10. This week we have released the 2014.1 versions of our clients, which have been patched to address the Heartbleed issue. The 2014.1 clients are backwards compatible with previous server releases.
April 16, 2014by Sam Stafford, Developer at Perforce Software
2014.1 introduces a new option for "import" paths in streams.
April 11, 2014by Sam Stafford, Developer at Perforce Software
If you've browsed through the Perforce Workshop (formerly known as the Public Depot) in the last six years, you've probably seen the Perforce MediaWiki extension in action, but even if you've edited one of those project pages odds are you haven't scratched the surface of what this handy little wiki plugin can do.
April 10, 2014by Doug Olson, Senior Director of Technical Support at Perforce Software
April 08, 2014by Cecilia Wong, Software Engineer at Perforce Software
FolderDiff is one of the gems in P4V. The tool helps you to compare Branches, Changes, Local Files vs Depot Files, Shelves, you name it. To put it simply, any directory anywhere at any point in time, as long as Perforce knows about it, as long as it is available on your machine, or any possible combination of these two.