[p4] P4Win vs P4V
Andreas.Axelsson at dice.se
Fri Jul 7 05:00:18 PDT 2006
I believe someone already mentioned it but it's worth mentioning again.
The merge-tool, time-lapse-view and revision graph are all hooked into
p4win if both p4v and p4win are installed.
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> [mailto:perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com] On Behalf Of Daniel Neades
> Sent: den 7 juli 2006 11:06
> To: perforce-user at perforce.com
> Subject: Re: [p4] P4Win vs P4V
> We still find the usability of P4Win to be significantly
> better than that of P4V. P4V seems clunky and convoluted in
> comparison (although it does have some potentially nice
> features, such as the time-lapse view).
> On OS X, my colleague and I have taken to doing most things
> from the command line, as using P4V is such a painful
> experience. I don't think it helps that P4V doesn't look or
> feel like a native application (from a UI perspective) either
> on Windows or OS X.
> Daniel Neades
> Araxis Ltd
> Mark Allender wrote:
> >> It was pretty clear to me at Perforce Training (run by a Perforce
> >> employee) a few months ago that P4Win was on the way out.
> >> Yes, not an
> >> official announcement by any means, but useful just the same.
> > I heard the same thing two years ago, yet features still
> continued to be
> > added and enhanced. Honestly, I would personally be
> surprised to see it go
> > away, but that's just me.
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