[p4] Client for many users

Robert Cowham robert at vaccaperna.co.uk
Tue Oct 23 01:21:10 PDT 2001


Just use the reopen command to open the file(s) as a different user before
submitting:

C:\work>p4 -u bruno add VB718.tmp
//depot/test/VB718.tmp#1 - opened for add

C:\work>p4 opened
//depot/test/Book1.xls#2 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/test1.ppt#7 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/test39.doc#13 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/VB718.tmp#1 - add default change (binary) by bruno at work_test

C:\work>p4 reopen VB718.tmp
//depot/test/VB718.tmp#1 - reopened; user robert

C:\work>p4 opened
//depot/test/Book1.xls#2 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/test1.ppt#7 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/test39.doc#13 - edit default change (binary)
//depot/test/VB718.tmp#1 - add default change (binary)

Robert
  -----Original Message-----
  From: perforce-user-admin at perforce.com
[mailto:perforce-user-admin at perforce.com]On Behalf Of Gilad Benjamini
  Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2001 07:21
  To: perforce-user at perforce.com
  Subject: [p4] Client for many users


  In our lab we have a machine which may be used by different developers.
  The machine should hold only one source tree, hence, one Perforce client,
  owned by one Perforce user.

  The machine is mostly for testing, but from time to time code is changed
  and submitted on that machine.
  How can I make the submitted changes belong to a specific user ?

  I tried, while submitting, to change the user's name in the changelist
spec,
  but Perforce does not allow that.

  Any other solution ?
  TIA

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