Category: Features & Releases

  • February 21, 2014

    perforce swarm commons inights

     

     

    We are excited to announce new capabilities in Perforce Swarm this month. Here's what's now available for download from our website.

  • January 29, 2014

     

    'p4 sync' is certainly one of the two most important Perforce commands (the other one being 'p4 integrate'), and over the decades we have made many improvements and refinements to its operation.

    The simple restartability of 'p4 sync', however, is one of its most basic and oldest features. Here's how it works.

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  • January 24, 2014

    perforce swarm commons inights

    We are excited to announce new Perforce collaboration features for you this month. Here is a summary of updates you can download from our website immediately.

    • Perforce Git Fusion 2013.3: Git with Perforce for enterprise Git management
    • Perforce Commons 2013.6: Document collaboration syncs with Dropbox
    • Perforce Insights 2013.3: Easier data integration for Perforce analytics
  • January 10, 2014

    perforce swarm commons inights

     

    In many ways 2013 was our best year ever. For starters, we spent more time with our customers to better understand their needs and, in return, got valuable feedback across our product portfolio. On the product side, it was certainly our busiest year. Not only did we launch several new products in 2013, we also made many significant improvements to our core versioning engine and clients.

     

    Let’s start by looking at the products we unveiled last year.

  • December 03, 2013

    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.

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  • November 12, 2013

     

    I think 'p4 edit' is by far the most cursed Perforce command on Twitter. Folks coming from Subversion and Git are accustomed to an implicit checkout workflow, and being forced to ask the version control system for permission to change something is grating. Conveniently, Perforce supports implicit checkout as well! Let's take a look.

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