List all the users who have subscribed to review particular files.
The p4 reviews command is intended for use in external programs that call Perforce.
Users subscribe to review files by providing file patterns in the
Reviews: field in their
p4 user form.
p4 reviews -c
lists each user who has subscribed to review any files included in the
change. The alternate
form, (p4 reviews
lists the users who have subscribed to review any files that match the
file patterns provided as arguments. If you provide no arguments to
p4 reviews, all users who have subscribed to review any
files are listed.
List all users who have subscribed to review any files opened in
the specified workspace
List all users who have subscribed to review any files included
in submitted changelist
See “Global Options”.
Can File Arguments Use Revision Specifier?
Can File Arguments Use Revision Range?
Minimal Access Level Required
The syntax p4 reviews -c
file... ignores the file arguments entirely.
p4 reviews is an unusual command. It was created to support external daemons, but it does nothing without the
Reviews:field of the p4 user form, which has a very specific meaning.
It is possible to enter values in the
Reviews:field that mean something originally unintended by Perforce in order to create more generalized daemons. At Perforce, for example, we run a jobs daemon that sends email to any users who have subscribed to review jobs anytime a new job is submitted. Because there's nothing built into Perforce that allows users to subscribe to review jobs, we co-opt a single line of the
Reviews:field: Perforce sends job email to any users who have subscribed to review the non-existent path