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Task streams - perforce.com

12 hours ago
When you submit files in your task stream, archives are created in the corresponding depot root folder. Make sure that these archive files are incorporated into your backup processes. When the work has been completed in the task stream, you can delete it. However, because file content relating to this task stream remains in the archive, it is not p...

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Deleting stream files and stream specs - Perforce

4 hours ago To delete a stream: In the Streams view, right-click the stream you want to delete and select Delete Stream <stream name>. When prompted if you want to permanently delete unmodified files before deleting the stream: Optionally, to also delete files that have been merged down multiple times from the ...

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perforce - Removing streams with active clients - Stack

12 hours ago Jan 25, 2016 . I want to remove a task stream of a user who has left the company. So I go . p4 stream -d -f //depot/stream The system answers : Stream '//depot/stream' has active clients; cannot delete until they are removed. Very well, I will remove the active client as well. So I am looking for it with : p4 clients -S //depot/stream Which then gives nothing.

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Working with task streams - Perforce

2 hours ago Open the Stream:New dialog. Go to File > New > Stream. In the Streams tab, right-click an existing stream and select Create New Stream from 'stream_name'​. In the Streams tab, right-click on any white space in the Stream Graph and select New Stream.

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Task Streams - community.perforce.com

9 hours ago Feb 21, 2022 . Finally we delete or unload the task stream. $ p4 stream -d //Ace/fixbug1 Stream //Ace/fixbug1 deleted. $ p4 unload -s //Ace/fixbug1 Stream //Ace/fixbug1 unloaded. If the unload option was used, you can optionally reload the task stream at a later date: $ p4 reload -s //Ace/fixbug1 Stream //Ace/fixbug1 reloaded. Task Stream Reuse

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p4 stream - Perforce

12 hours ago For example, if you run p4 describe for a task stream changelist from a workspace that is not associated with the task stream, you might see only a subset of the submitted files . ... When you have finished using a task stream by promoting your changes to its parent, delete the task stream. Examples. p4 stream -t mainline //streams/product1.

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p4 stream // P4 Command Reference - ftp.perforce.com

12 hours ago 15 rows . For p4 stream resolve, forces a concatenation of text fields with conflicts. -at. For p4 stream ...

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Deleted stream still appears in P4V Depot Tree - force.com

7 hours ago Nov 15, 2019 . Deleting a stream (from P4V, or with p4 stream -d //the/stream) deletes the stream specification only. Deleting a stream spec does not remove stream files, but it does mean that changes can no longer be submitted to the stream. Note: You cannot delete a stream spec if it is referenced by child streams or stream clients.

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Unshelving to a Different Branch/Stream - force.com

2 hours ago May 16, 2018 . The working client will need to be set to use the stream you want to unshelve into, either by using a workspace that is already set that stream, or switching the stream in the workspace using p4 client -s -S //depot/child1 Run the unshelve command: p4 unshelve -s 12345 -S //depot/child1

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Deleting Depots - force.com

8 hours ago May 23, 2018 . To remove all of the files in the depot to be deleted, enter the command: p4 obliterate -y //depotname/... It is important to note that p4 obliteratedoes not affect files in client workspaces. If a file is opened by users, then an administrator obliterates the file, the record of the file being opened is removed.

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Streams - A command-line introduction - force.com

12 hours ago Nov 04, 2019 . 5. Work on Files in the Dev Stream Edit files using p4 add, p4 edit, p4 delete, and p4 submit specifying the proper client workspace. The name of the client workspace will differ depending on which stream you work on. (Be sure to sync your //Ace/MAIN stream if you used the 'p4 populate' or the 'p4 copy -v' command above to create the Ace mainline).

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Support for Perforce Task Stream in RB

7 hours ago Jun 26, 2017 . The P4 module would be server-side, and the Perforce support 100% needs the P4 module. However, if the /grid/ is any indication, you have some non-default sort of packaging setup there, which I can't really help with much. ... This may be a task stream specific Perforce issue and I am going to report it with their support.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are task streams?

    Task streams are lightweight branches that you can use for work that affects a small portion of a full project branch. Task streams enable you to work privately, switch contexts quickly, and reduce the amount of metadata managed by Helix server. They are ideal for developing small-to-medium features and bug fixes.

  • How do I Manage Task streams in a project depot?

    Task streams can quickly accumulate in a depot until they are deleted or unloaded. To keep a project depot uncluttered by task streams, your Helix server administrator or project lead may choose to establish certain streams depots as dedicated holding places for task streams.

  • How do I reparent a task stream?

    Task streams cannot be reparented. To reparent a task stream, you must first convert it into a regular stream. In the Streams tab, right-click the parent stream and select Create New Stream from 'stream_name'… In the Stream:New dialog, define the new stream. Give the new stream a unique name.

  • Who can see the files in a task stream?

    When you first create a task stream, only the workspaces associated with that task stream can see the files in the stream or use Diff against those files. When you submit changes to the task stream, the changed files are visible to users who are not using the task stream, but that is all they can see.

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