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Perforce 2010.2: Introducing Perforce



Introducing Perforce
How Perforce Works
The Perforce Server
Perforce client programs
Connecting to a server
Mapping files in the depot to your client workspace
Other configuration options
Working in Perforce
Getting files from the server
Syncing your workspace
Referring to files in Perforce
Perforce syntax
Using wildcards in views
Referring to specific revisions of files
Perforce syntax and the status bar
What file types are supported?
Working with files
Using changelists
How changelist numbers work
Editing files
Adding new files
Deleting files
Discarding unwanted changes
Checking in files
Resolving conflicts
Working concurrently
Comparing files
Reviewing change histories of individual files
Reviewing change histories of groups of files
Perforce syntax and the status bar
Codeline Management
Branching Basics
Creating a codeline
Propagating changes between codelines
Resolving differences between codelines
Duplicating complex branch structures
Tracking change history between codelines
To learn more about branching
About Labels
Next steps
Work and defect tracking
Tagging files with labels
Editors and merge tools
Protections and permissions
Users and licenses
Where to learn more about Perforce


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