This produces a huge 32-bit integer, NOT what P4.P4Message.msgid returns """ return ((sev<<28)|(arg<<24)|(gen<<16)|(sub<<10)|cod) def MsgId(sub, cod): """ Return a 16-bit integer that uniquely identifies the important parts of a Perforce message So //kalma/xxx/yyy is a depot hosted in a p4d that runs > on your local box, but //xxx/yyy is the depot name hosted in > the company's p4d? To be honest, I don't have any idea (and my whole p4 experience is less than one week long). Cheers, Ilya -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to [hidden email] More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Ilya Dogolazky Reply | have a peek at these guys
edit:engrish Back to top #4 P4Matt P4Matt Advanced Member Staff Moderators 1383 posts Posted 07 May 2014 - 10:22 PM It seems like maybe you don't need to use streams; if I read it > somewhere in documentation claiming that it's the only way to use > git-p4. Out-of-date files cannot be submitted without unshelving.The shelved files must not have pending resolves. Writing a singleton as a countable intersection Calculating ...5(5+4(4+3(3+2(2+1(1))))) Teenage daughter refusing to go to school Symmetric group action on Young Tableaux Possible repercussions from assault between coworkers outside the office
Warning: File Not Mapped In Stream
There are two basic scenarios. So - what is a p4 stream? But now I see, that it seems not to be necessary.
Attempting unsuccessfully to submit all open files using this Classic client (supplying the changelist description at the command line): $ p4 submit -d "Submit 3rdparty import to classic depot" Submitting change Until today I tried to use the following setup: first clone the whole perforce repository with p4 command line client to my machine ('kalma' is its name) and then make a This almost works -- I can create the workspace, get latest in it and make changes, but I then cannot submit those changes back to the server: warning: cannot submit from P4 Client -s Either of these might let you stick with git, at least at your end. –user1054341 Oct 4 '12 at 17:12 @ChrisF: I've tried both P4V and command line, both
Here is my problem: I'm issuing the command 'git p4 clone //kalma/xxx/[email protected]'. (the depot //kalma/xxx/yyy/ exists on my machine and is full of files). Perforce Edit Stream Path Configuration Now switch back your workspace to main #p4 workspace -s -S //DPM/MAIN # p4 update --> To synchronize the workspace with its view of the depot Copy Specifically, I'd like to not have to deal with them directly, and instead to infer them the path I'm working with. -- Please click here to see the post in its But since I'm now on SSH I'm using the p4 command line client...
You're using the shiny new "streams" feature in p4, > I think. This will never turn out well.2) P4Win does not support streams, the newest version is five years old.--Matt JanulewiczLucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd.________________________________________From: email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org] on behalf of MikyMike [email@example.com]Sent: Monday, August This will turn your current workspace into a stream workspace. Started by pratik, 08 Sep 2014 label, tag, command-line 1 reply 515 views p4laurette 08 Sep 2014 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 anonymous
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Similarly, in order to submit to a Classic depot, you must have a Classic client workspace. You signed in with another tab or window. Warning: File Not Mapped In Stream Vent kitchen hood vent to roof turbine vent? Perforce Stream Several functions may not work.
If you do something like "p4 describe 17473" what does that show? Switching your client workspace view: $ p4 client -s -S //streams/dev Client bruno_sws switched. 3. The version of git installation (by debian package) is 1:1.7.10-1 (as reported by "dpkg -l git").
Submit failed -- fix problems above then use 'p4 submit -e 7'.
Failure 1: $ p4 submit -e 6 Submitting change 6. //depot/proj-dev/file.c - must resolve before submitting Out of date files must be resolved or reverted. Flushing release stream with main content -Switch workspace to release stream # p4 workspace -s -S //DPM/REL-3.5 # p4 sync - Forcefully copy up the content from main to Try running the following commands. It could be that there's a p4 version problem going on - which version of p4 are you using?
I still don't understand p4 enough in order to know why it's happening, but now at least I can clone+change+rebase+submit files into the perforce repository with git-p4, which is great. While I'm a big fan of streams, they are purposefully fairly restrictive and don't mesh with all use cases. Thanks a lot! -- Ilya Dogolazky -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to [hidden email] More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html news Unresolved files cannot be submitted without unshelving.The owner of the changelist must be the current user.The changelist must not contain non-shelved files.
I'd love to stick to GIT but our client is using Perforce so we have to play nice with them. Then I changed the clone command: instead of $ git p4 clone //kalma/xxx/[email protected] I now tried $ git p4 clone //xxx/[email protected] after setting P4PORT etc to point to the The package contains the file > "/usr/share/doc/git/contrib/fast-import/git-p4" which I copied to > $HOME/bin/git-p4 in order to have in $PATH and with executable bit. > Could it be, that I did something Finally, use the -f flag to switch your client workspace view back to how it was initially: p4 client -f -s -S //stream/a/... Scenario 2 Your client is mapped to //stream/a,
This keeps unneeded content out of workspaces and streams entirely. http://forums.perforce.com/index.php?/topic/1139-seeding-streams-from-existing-depots-failed/which is explained at the bottom of this section: http://www.perforce.com/perforce/doc.current/manuals/p4guide/06_codemgmt.html#1066766If you can help us understand the problem a bit better, a reasonable fix might be to detect this situation in git-p4 From P4V or the command line? Finally, use the -f flag to switch your client workspace view back to how it was initially: $p4 client -f -s -S //stream/a Detailed Example Here, you are working in a
As our local p4 guru explained to me, a "stream" is some kind of writeable area in depot and every "client" can have 0 or 1 "streams". This is the same as the lower 16 bits of ErrorOf()'s return value. """ return (sub<<10)|cod # pylint:disable=C0301 # line too long? or $ p4 -c streamclient submit -e 15 Submitting change 15. ... //toped/relwork/file.h - warning: file not mapped in stream //toped/stream client No files to submit. Opening the rest of the files for addition to the depot: $ p4 add * //depot/3rdparty/openssl1.0/bar.txt#1 - opened for add ... //depot/3rdparty/openssl1.0/bar.txt - warning: cannot submit from stream //streams/dev client //depot/3rdparty/openssl1.0/foo.txt#1
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Examining the specification for your stream: $ p4 stream -o //streams/dev Stream: //streams/dev Owner: bruno Name: dev Parent: //streams/main Type: development Paths: share ... Confirming that dev.txt is still open for edit (recall that it was removed from changelist 7): $ p4 opened //streams/dev/dev.txt#1 - add default change (text) 13.