[p4] p4 submit w/o an editor

David Faison dfaison at photon.com
Fri Jul 14 13:14:34 PDT 2006

I agree!! Give me granular tools that give me the ability to get where
ever I need to go, and you can keep the do-everything widgits that bind
us to someone elses notion of how the world works.

And we rarely get everything we want in life - and that includes
products that give you both the granular tools AND the wonderful
do-everything-plus-burp-you-when-it's-over widgets.

Especially at the low price-point that Perforce is at!

All-in-all, I am more than willing to take the solid interface that
Perforce gives us, make what I need of it, and patiently wait for
Perforce to roll out the window dressing in it's own good time...

David Faison

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Subject: Re: [p4] p4 submit w/o an editor

Sam Roberts wrote:

> > I want an source code control system (and an editor), I don't want
> > write one.
> Amen.


Observe what our trivial integrate() function did. It synchronized all
the source, then re-tested the current folder, and only then submitted
the change.

All projects need a standard set of steps to integrate, to outegrate,
and to test. Programmers should not type the same 70 keystrokes for
each step, and Perforce should not guess what their exact
Standard-Operating-Procedure is. Perforce should be a kit. It could
use an -m comment like CVS, but in general it should not simplify
things so much that scripting becomes impossible.

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