listed below are now available for download from perforce.com/downloads.
P4D 2013.3: Perforce Versioning Engine
The 2013.3 release of the Perforce versioning engine includes substantial
performance improvements for large sites that experience high workloads.
It supports much greater concurrency for the simultaneous execution of
many server commands. Lockless reads allow teams to speed up continuous
integration and free up memory resources, reducing p4 sync memory usage
on the shared service by as much as 60 percent, and CPU usage by up to
20 percent. Upgrading to this release gives you a smoother and more
consistent performance profile and improves your ability to provide
Continuous Delivery to your teams.
Download P4D 2013.3 | Release Notes
Swarm 2013.3: Perforce Code Collaboration
The latest release of Swarm, our code collaboration and review tool,
features an updated visual design with reviewer voting, improved diff
performance, and bug fixes. For added security, Swarm now enforces
IP-based protections and has enhanced support for HTTPS.
Other enhancements include:
- Smarter notifications resulting in fewer emails
- Ability to comment on jobs, images, and binary files
- New system info page to view log and diagnostic information
- New #review keyword convention
- Ability to browse deleted files
P4V 2013.4: Perforce Visual Client
The latest release of P4V, our multiplatform graphical interface for
version management, offers the following new features and benefits:
- Safe sync to avoid lost work: Checks writeable files for content
changes before syncing in order to prevent lost work
- Simplified Goto dialog: Visual interface helps determine whether
your changelist is 'pending' or 'submitted'
- Diff and 'show in' option for shelved files: Diff shelved files
in a pending changelist against workspace files, head, or have revisions;
added 'show in' option for shelved file objects
- Compare Microsoft Word documents: P4V/P4Merge includes a rich
document comparison of Microsoft Word (.docx) files via a web service—see
differences not just in text, but also in images, formats, styles, tables,
header/footers, and more