December 11, 2013by Bryan Pendleton, Software Engineer
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As we near the end of 2013, it's exciting to look back at this year. You can make a strong argument (and I do!) that this has been the busiest and most eventful year in the history of the Perforce server:
December 09, 2013by Dhruv Gupta, Director of Product Marketing at Perforce
We recently found this interesting bit of news that’s relevant to all AccuRev customers. It was buried deep in the recent interim shareholder report from Micro Focus.
It appears that Micro Focus has agreed to acquire AccuRev.
Interestingly enough, we haven’t seen any other news concerning this event. Both companies have been very quiet on the acquisition. It is easy to see that Micro Focus are making the move to bolster their solutions for application lifecycle management as the company continues to focus on the legacy markets.Posted In:
December 06, 2013by Murtaza Amiji, Director of Product Management
To enable optimal use of enterprise investments in the hardware supporting Perforce installations, release 2013.3 of the Perforce Versioning Engine adds a lockless-read capability that boosts transaction rates through improved database concurrency.Posted In:
December 03, 2013by Amy Ichnowski, Engineer at Perforce
As of the 13.2 product release, a new P4 Connection toolbar is available in P4VS. This handy feature displays your current connection information within the IDE environment, including the server, port, user, workspace, and stream (if applicable). It allows you to switch between your 5 most recent connections, create new ones, and disconnect from the Perforce server.
In addition, the toolbar includes a changelist selector. This shows all pending changelists associated with your current workspace, and allows you to create new ones. When you make changes to files in your solution, they will be checked out in the chosen changelist. This way you can easily group your edits as you work.Posted In:
November 26, 2013by Matt Attaway, Open Source Community Manager (@p4mataway)
'Tis the season where those of us here in the States gorge ourselves on pie and potatoes, watch football, and take some time to ponder what we're thankful for. Friends, family, and good health go without saying, so I'd like to take a moment to reflect on the things I'm thankful for as a software developer in 2013.
November 22, 2013by Stephanie Turner, OpenSource Community DeveloperPosted In: