Category: Streams

  • March 10, 2017

    You Want Answers? I Want the Truth!

    At Perforce, we're pretty sure you can handle the truth. 

    Fresh off our latest Helix Streams Webinar, Streams Revisited, I covered how users leverage the Helix Visual Client (P4V) stream technology to optimize their workspace clients, enhance branch/merge operations, and add component-based design efficiency.

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  • February 23, 2017

    Given the acclaim of long-running titles, including Gears of War, Infinity Blade, and Unreal Tournament, it’s hard to deny the eponymous nature of Epic Games’ most lauded successes. In short: they too are epic.

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  • January 22, 2016

    One of the nice things about working with Perforce Helix streams is that the system handles creating and updating workspace views for you. A lot of the power of Helix comes from the flexibility of workspace views, but manipulating them is a bit of a dark art. A popular reason to learn this dark art is to exclude large files you don’t need; why sync a multi-gigabyte file you’ll never look at? Thankfully Ignored paths and virtual streams can help us get that level of control without learning the intricacies of workspace views.
     
  • December 04, 2015

    A common theme with Component-Based Development (CBD) is that there must be a single source of truth for all manner of configuration information. When you consider that any of those items can change at any time, the need for strong configuration management is clear. 

  • October 07, 2015

    When we at JetBrains started developing TeamCity—a Continuous Integration (CI) server—about eight years ago, other projects of ours such as IntelliJ IDEA had recently been moved to Perforce. So naturally, the TeamCity project used Perforce right from the start.

  • October 01, 2015

    Ever wondered how to reuse a software component or share common code? There are a variety of methods and workflows in Perforce Helix that support this concept of Component-Based Development (CBD), including the “Import+” feature for a stream path.

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