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.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:
November 21, 2013by Uri Margalit, Product Executive at dbMaestro
The Perforce motto is "Version Everything". But few people include database code in “everything”. That's why DBmaestro TeamWork™ and Perforce complement and complete each other.
Working with files and scripts is very different than working with a database. For example, a database is a centralized and shared resource that must be synchronized among the entire team. And database objects have their own syntax for creation and modification. These differences are quite important, and must be carefully considered.Posted In:
November 19, 2013by Russ Tremain, Engineer and Nellie LeMonier, User Experience Designer
November 15, 2013
by Natalie Estrada, Marketing Events Manager
Join us on Tuesday, November 19th for the latest DevTalk Webinar: "Avoid Git Bloat and Submodule Hell".
How do you avoid the burden of working with bloated, monolithic Git repositories and sidestep the complexity of submodules?
Perforce Git Fusion lets you incrementally break up large Git repositories into small functional repositories. You can break off chunks for different teams and build localized processes around those smaller units, while also maintaining the "big" build. That way, you’ve got a pathway for migrating to a much more Agile delivery system.Posted In: