[ANN]: PerforcePlugin 0.9.0

Available from plugin manager. The version for Pallada has these changes and
will be available from twiki page only.

-Dash.

Changes:
a.. the jar file system files are looked up in perforce anymore
b.. The out of sync files don't ask to sync twice
c.. added custom p4 executable override
d.. fixed null pointer exception
e.. The configuration is not cached any more, so changing user/client etc
take effect immediately


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Will this verison run on Mac OS X?

I will to, and will, switch to your plugin once this capability is added.

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Sorry for the poor grammar!

I would prefer to use this plugin for my Perforce integration. I have been unable to because I cannot tell it where to find the perforce client code.

Will this release now support that capability?

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Randy, you may also want to look at PerforceDirectPlugin.
It is not as nice as Debabrata's - has almost no UI, but it offers
a way to make it work on Mac OS (although you may have to go and
edit XML file - just once).

Look at the features of the two plugins. They are not the same, they
use different IDEA APIs but both can be helpful.

r.

P.S. Dash, not trying to steal your users, still thinking about
merging the two plugins. But no time :(

Randolph S Kahle wrote:

Sorry for the poor grammar!

I would prefer to use this plugin for my Perforce integration. I have been
unable to because I cannot tell it where to find the perforce client code.

Will this release now support that capability?

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Yes, this version has option in the configuration panel to override the
default p4 executable. That should make this usable in OS X.

-Dash.

"Randolph S Kahle" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Will this verison run on Mac OS X?

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I will to, and will, switch to your plugin once this capability is added.

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Thank you!

Yes, I can confirm that your plugin is now working on Mac OS X.

I will try your plug in for a while. I was using the direct plug in. However, I believe your leveraging of the internal APIs will provide an easier-to-use setup.

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Ok, now I have a question.

This operation didn't work well with either plugin.

I have a directory with a dozen classes. I need to delete them from the project and Perforce.

I opened all of the files for edit so that I could use the "smart delete" function. When I delete, there is no record in Perforce that I want to delete the files.

What is the proper way to delete files?

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You can delete the files and later when you check in the project, it will
show those deleted files in the checkin dialog.

Also you need to mark the project as current when you start working on the
project for the first time, otherwise it will show all the files as added.

-Dash.

"Randolph S Kahle" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Ok, now I have a question.

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This operation didn't work well with either plugin.

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I have a directory with a dozen classes. I need to delete them from the

project and Perforce.
>

I opened all of the files for edit so that I could use the "smart delete"

function. When I delete, there is no record in Perforce that I want to
delete the files.
>

What is the proper way to delete files?

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