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ssegal

Member Since 26 Feb 2018
Offline Last Active Mar 27 2018 01:01 PM
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Old P4V versions for Windows XP

09 March 2018 - 08:35 PM

I would like to get P4V running on an old Windows XP box that I've inherited. I'm trying to retire it within the next few months, but for now I'm stuck with maintaining some code in place on this machine.

This thread suggests that P4V 2014.1 is the right solution:

https://forums.perfo..._hl__windows xp

However it's nowhere to be found on the web site or FTP. Has it been withdrawn? If so, I'll have to archive my code by hand (ugh).

Replacing P4SCC for integration with non-VS IDE

26 February 2018 - 09:20 PM

Hello all:

I'm not sure if this is the right forum for asking this question; my apologies if I have chosen poorly.

I'm attempting to set up integration between Perforce (P4V 2017.3) and Labview 2017 SP1f1 on Windows 7x64. The guidance that I can find from both National Instruments and Perforce indicates that the way to do this is through the P4SCC plugin.

Perforce reference: http://answers.perfo...&fs=Search&pn=1
NI KnowledgeBase reference: 5LPH87UB

Unfortunately for me, the advice is out of date. I gather from my reading that SCC was able to integrate with any IDE. Unfortunately for me, it appears that the move to P4VS removed that capability. Since it's a Visual Studio extension, it has no support for other IDEs.

Has anyone out there run into this yet? If so, any thoughts on how to work around the problem? Perhaps the only choice going forward is to use the more limited integration between LabVIEW and Perforce's command line interface.

I'm going to cross-post this question on National Instruments' user forum as well.