[p4] Refactoring and Perforce
Amanda_Shenon at G1.com
Tue Jul 26 18:29:10 PDT 2005
Thanks for this reply. I've been reading this user forum for about a year now and have seen a pretty broad range of information sent around. The intent of my question (which I may have not phrased well enough) was that if you were picking a system today (new company, new group, whatever) would this issue cause you not to select Perforce. I realize that most people on the forum are using Perforce now - that's what makes you all a good 'real world' source of information!
From: perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com on behalf of wmurawsk at agl.com.au
Sent: Tue 7/26/2005 7:33 PM
To: perforce-user at perforce.com
Subject: RE: [p4] Refactoring and Perforce
please, take into consideration that this is a "perforce USER forum".
I'm expecting that the vast majority of people subscribed here
are relatively happy perforce users. So you would be unlikely to get an
"I wouldn't use perforce" answer from this group. We ARE using perforce.
As for myself, out of many different systems I developed with, this one
is a definite winner. To an extent that if I have to use some different
(most notably PVCS or VSS which are just a bad joke of a source control)
I install an eval copy of perforce on my PC and work with it in parallel.
Sounds crazy, I know, but it helps me to keep my work
much better controlled and organized and I can see what I'm doing
and what others have done and what I've done previously and the list goes
Amanda_Shenon at g1.com wrote on 27/07/2005 03:29:31 AM:
> Just wanted to say that I haven't received a single response saying
> that anyone would consider not using Perforce due to refactoring
> issues. Most of you seem pretty happy with how the Eclipse and
> IntelliJ plugins are supporting this with P4.
> You can still send me feedback if you want to but so far I'm taking
> this as a positive sign for Perforce - especially because people are
> generally much more quick to criticize than to compliment. ;>
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