[p4] sync

Ivey, William william_ivey at bmc.com
Fri Feb 1 11:31:48 PST 2008


That's new information. You didn't mention a proxy before.

 

You could create a tool that displays the information you need by
running

the commands you would run from the command line and add it to the tools

menu.

 

-Wm

 

________________________________________

From: Eric.Walker at smsc.com [mailto:Eric.Walker at smsc.com] 

Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 1:13 PM

To: Ivey, William

Cc: perforce-user at perforce.com

Subject: RE: [p4] sync

 

Ivey, 

well, I think I am on a remote client of the perforce server, so we use
proxys. 

There is a push counter that shows me what is pushed to the server and I
get 

that by using p4 counters etc. once the number of the push counter and
the 

number of the change match up, I know the server has my job and has
processed 

it. In the gui, I can't do this. When I have looked at recent changes
under the 

submitted changes tab, I can see my change but the server has yet to
process it. 

I was looking for a way to do this within the gui. 

 

Eric B. Walker

 




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