[p4] P4Win vs P4V
streak at narus.com
Wed Jul 5 13:16:13 PDT 2006
Jeff Grills wrote:
> I think it's pretty clear that p4win is at least heading towards being
> officially deprecated since it's no longer part of the standard p4 Windows
> installer, but p4v is part of that installer. It used to be the other way
I'm not so sure that that's a sign that it's being officially
deprecated. Afterall, if it was being deprecated, there wouldn't
continually be new releases, new bug fixes, etc.
Looking at http://www.perforce.com/perforce/downloads/ntx86.html , I see
many Windows components that aren't continually rev'd: P4GT (2005.1),
P4Report (2004.2), P4OFC (2005.1), CWPerforce (2005.1).
But both the Core Installer and the P4Win Installer are constantly
rev'd. In fact, there still seems to be features being added to P4Win
(as evidenced from http://www.perforce.com/perforce/latest.html#p4win).
If P4Win was being dropped, I'd at least expect something to appear at
their "Software Updates" page at
Hopefully they'd give people a bit of notice before that happens.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com] On Behalf Of Jason Williams
> Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 1:45 PM
> To: Mark Allender
> Cc: perforce-user at perforce.com
> Subject: Re: [p4] P4Win vs P4V
> If you're on a non-Windows machine, P4V is about the only graphical
> solution that I know of. (Whatever happened to TkP4 or was it P4TK?).
> Every time I've tried to use P4V, I've found it very unintuitive when
> compared with P4Win. It may accomplish the same thing, but it seemed to
> take a lot more effort (clicks, etc.). I seem to recall the terminology
> being different between the two clients as well.
> And since there hasn't been any official word of P4Win being deprecated,
> there hasnt't been a need to switch.
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