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#1 akorynta

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Posted 05 November 2015 - 12:28 AM

Hi All,

We have a production branch of our "dev" code and we will push updates to fix bugs and such to that branch from dev. When using the p4 interchanges command (or the getInterchanges() P4Java command, I get all of the changelists for the branch that have not been integrated into the production code. Some of the code will never be integrated, as we will do another branch for the next full version of the software. Is there some way to "whitelist" changelists so that they don't come through in the interchanges command?

I'm trying to write an easy java program that will run the getInterganges for a specified branch/depot that will make it easy for one of our project managers to see which code hasn't been integrated yet. From that program it would be great to have a flag that said to ignore certain changelists that will not be integrated.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thank you,
Adam





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