[p4] creating/linking projects
heinz2 at llnl.gov
Thu Jan 27 08:15:50 PST 2000
Not necessarily. Let's say the subdirectories contain
2 projects. Then, if you issued a sync command, both
projects would be updated. What if you only wanted
one project updated? I don't think this is a good
idea, but I can see it happening, especially if the
two projects shared a subset of files.
Paul Goffin wrote:
> I must be missing the point here:
> Isn't this EXACTLY what p4 sync does?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Wilf, Yaron [mailto:ywilf at websense.com]
> > Sent: 26 January 2000 20:10
> > To: 'perforce-user at perforce.com'
> > Subject: [p4] creating/linking projects
> > hello everyone,
> > is there a way in Perforce to create a "project set"
> > from multiple
> > directories in the tree such that when a user sync's his root level
> > directory all other directories that the project is dependant
> > on also get
> > sync'd to the client? This would eliminate the user having to
> > sync each
> > directory separately and insure the user always have the latest code.
> > thanks, -Yaron.
> > ----------------------------------------------------
> > Yaron Wilf
> > Configuration Engineer
> > WEBSENSE Inc.
> > 858.320.9355
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