[p4] Deleteing another users default changelist

Matthew Janulewicz Matthew.Janulewicz at cardinal.com
Thu Mar 10 10:06:32 PST 2005


If you're lucky, and it's the only changelist in their client, you can (as  
a superuser) just delete the client. The changelist (and all others in the  
client) will go away.


-Matt


On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 07:21:14 -0800, Stephen Vance <steve at vance.com> wrote:

> You can't delete it. The best you can do it revert all of the files in  
> it. If
> you don't have access to the actual client workspace, you may need to  
> fake the
> client, host, user. This may take super privileges if you need to  
> override a
> password.
>
> Steve
>
> At 05:42 AM 3/10/2005, NIGGEMYER Brant wrote:
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> How can I delete another users default changelist? I know how to do it  
> if it is
> a numbered changelist....
>
> Thanks.
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