[p4] Repository Structure

Chuck Karish chuck.karish at gmail.com
Fri Jul 21 07:41:37 PDT 2006


Adding depth to your directory tree and having fewer entries at the
top level and the second level means that p4d will scan fewer
records when GUI clients start up in depot view.

This could make a big difference in performance.

  Chuck

On 7/18/06, Jeff With The Big Yellow Suit <jeff at drinktomi.com> wrote:
>
> On Jul 18, 2006, at 1:03 PM, Simon Timms wrote:
>  > I was thinking that at the top level my structure would look like
>  >
>  > Product A
>  >  |
>  >  |-->main
>  >  |-->User Branches
>  >  |------>user 1
>
> My only suggestion would be putting main one level
> down, say in //ProductA/trunks/main.   It seems a
> bit inelegant, but it will save you much special casing
> when scripting, particularly when it comes to automagically
> generating clientspecs.
>
>
> jyounker at kodakgallery.com - You are in a maze of twisty integration
> histories, all alike.
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