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    Default [SOLVED] source code p4v workspace

    Hello,
    I'm on a mac and have a problem with p4v.

    When i change the workspace /home/public/p4 to another place, it changes back again...

    So i can't download the source totally!
    How can i do this?
    Cause i can't write anything to /home!

    Thanks

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    You good now? Saw a one get renamed mac /Users/yannick/Work/Zimbra hostname nicetosomething.local

    Unfortunately we only have 5 workspace licenses, so if one's not used in a couple of days (like sync2 was last accessed on the 15th) I'll refresh the roots/altroots & make sure there's something for linux/mac/pc typical locations. Just completely deleting them every so often means one has to download the entire branch on each sync, and also leaves the possibility that it'll get a hostname value set, which prevents others from connecting unless theirs matches.

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    Yes i finally understood how p4v works

    Thanks! That was me the mac thing! I always wanted the source code to better unterstand what i developp!

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