[p4] Time-Lapse view

Stephen Vance steve at vance.com
Mon Mar 7 10:44:26 PST 2005


Later server should do it. I don't remember what version, but you can find 
it in the release notes.

Steve

At 10:55 AM 3/7/2005, Jonathan Arnold wrote:
>Peter Stephenson wrote:
>>Jonathan Arnold wrote:
>>
>>>Perforce Software has added a Time-lapse View to its Perforce
>>>SCM system. Time-lpase View provides a graphical way to view the
>>>complete change history of individual text files stored in the
>>>Perforce repository.
>>>
>>>==
>>>
>>>My boss has been asking for this for years, and it is great news.
>>>But I can't seem to find any mention of it on the Perforce web
>>>site. Is this something upcoming?
>>It's already part of p4v in 2004.2.  Right-click on a file and it's
>>in the menu.
>
>Thanks for all the help. Of course, moments after I sent the email I
>tracked down the press release.
>
>Now I'm trying to use it, but it wants to use the 'annotate' p4 command
>and my client doesn't have it.  I noticed that it was missing when I was
>checking out some other tools in the downloads page, and at one point there
>was mention of the annotate command, so I tried it to no avail.  It doesn't
>show up in the 'p4 help commands' list.
>
>My Win2k client version is Rev. P4/NTX86/2004.2/76641 (2005/02/28). Maybe
>it needs a later server version, which is only 2002.1?
>
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