[p4] Who deleted a client
Gregg G. Wonderly
gregg at skymaster.c2-tech.com
Wed Oct 3 15:31:38 PDT 2001
>We're trying here at ATG to artificially create some of this, and we're
>finding the interfaces available to be somewhat more awkward than perhaps
>they ideally could be.
A critical client spec should be kept in perforce via 'p4 client -o' and 'p4
client -i' so that a simple client is defined thta lets you get these clients
out of perforce. Then, on a regular basis, a cron job should audit the client
for changes and update perforce if needed. Then, you'd have the history.
I don't need this, because I don't create complex clients, others might.
Perforce provides the flexibility to let both types of users have what they
gregg at c2-tech.com (C2 Technologies Inc)
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