[p4] branch using existing changes in a view?
dlewis at vignette.com
Fri Nov 5 14:18:56 PST 1999
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> I'm trying to figure out how to cleanly and easily take my existing edited
> workspace and tell perforce "OK, now make a new branch from all the files
> which I had checked out, and submit my changes to that branch."
> I can't just make the branch, p4 edit the appropriate files, and then
> overwrite the files, because I haven't synced up to the latest versions of
> other files yet.
> Any thoughts?
If I understand your problem, you should branch from the versions you
have open for edit. Then when you integrate back into the main branch,
you'll integrate with the latest revisions of the files.
make any sense?
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