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P4Jen

Member Since 11 Apr 2014
Offline Last Active Oct 09 2018 02:24 PM
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In Topic: Cannot get Swarm Slack integration to function

08 October 2018 - 11:44 AM

Hi Sean,

The integration was developed to work with Swarm 15.4, and has not been updated to work with the latest version.

An internal request for it to be updated has been logged, and our developers are aware of it.

I will add details of this forum thread to the request.

Best,
Jen.

In Topic: Icons are scaled by 2x in 2018.3

02 October 2018 - 11:46 AM

Hi Oisyn,

We are aware of the issue and an enhancement request has been logged, to allow the user to select the size of the icons.

It does look like the improvements for 4K monitors are linked to the behaviour.

Hope this helps,
Jen.

In Topic: "illegal" response

02 October 2018 - 11:18 AM

Hi Jack,

Have you created the client already, by running 'p4 client'?

If so, then please run:
  p4 client -o

and post the output, so we can see the client spec.

If you have not already created the client, then please let us know the hostname of your machine, as this will be used as the client name if one has not been created.

Also, please send the full text of the error you receive when running:
  p4 info

If you have a support contract with us or would like to purchase one, I suggest contacting 'support@perforce.com', so they can help you investigate in more detail.

Best,
Jen.

In Topic: P4V and AppleScript

07 September 2018 - 04:58 PM

Hi Jeff,

It doesn't look like P4V supports being used in this way, where an external process (I.E AppleScript) can communicate with it and
invoke certain features.

However, you may be able to achieve what you want using P4VC, to activate certain features from the command-line.

More info is located here:
  https://www.perforce...tions.p4vc.html

Hope this helps,
Jen.

In Topic: P4python will not install via pip on Linux

28 August 2018 - 03:30 PM

Hi,

It would be useful to know which version of PIP you are using, which version/flavour of Linux this is, and how you installed PIP.

I was able to successfully install P4Python on Ubuntu Trusty using PIP, that was installed using 'easy_install'.

When I tried using the package 'python-pip', available in the apt repos, I was unable to install it.

Note I did not see exactly the same behaviour as you, as my install got to the compilation stage before falling over with an error.

The version of pip provided by 'python-pip' was older than the version provided with 'easy_install'.