Working with check-in, checkout, and revert


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Working with check-in, checkout, and revert

Okay, we've got Perforce and all of its tools installed, but unlike some of the other tools we're using in this course, Perforce works directly with the file system as opposed to having the GUI client be integrated and automatically create folders and files from inside that client. So what we need to do now is open the Windows Explorer and switch to our Work directory. And inside here, we're going to create a directory within a workspace called p1.

Now if we switch back to the Perforce client, you don't see it yet, but once we click this, Refresh, there is our folder p1. Perforce manages files, not folders, meaning we have to actually create a file in order to get Perforce to add this folder to our workspace. So we'll come back here, we'll go inside p1, and we'll right-click and say New Text File, and we'll put in ReadMe.txt. Doesn't have to have anything in it. In our case, let's come back to Perforce, refresh again, and now we open up p1, you can see ReadM...

Working with check-in, checkout, and revert
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Working with check-in, checkout, and revert provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Michael Lehman as part of the Fundamentals of Software Version Control

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Developer
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Git Mercurial ALM/TFS Perforce
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