mvolden2 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 23:17:11 GMT 2010
I moved the perforce plug-in to gitorious (I will probably move it to
git.kde.org at some point):
For now all it can do is add, open a file for edit and revert a changed
2010/11/17 Morten Volden <mvolden2 at gmail.com>
> 2010/11/13 Peter M. Clausen <petermichaelclausen at googlemail.com>
>> I want to look into the possibility of using KDevelop, especially
>> after we changed our build system to CMake. The KDevelop integration
>> is awesome! My major issue is perforce integration. I have found
>> nothing about Perforce integration (and development hereof) in
>> KDevelop 4.x, except for the vision:
>> "Version control support:
>> * Subversion
>> * Perforce "
>> I assume the wiki-text is old/out-of-date (git is missing...), but I
>> would like help with the Perforce integration if anybody else would
>> also be interested. In my option it is not necessary with a full blown
>> integration as in Eclipse, but simply support basic stuff like check
>> out, add of files and such. Eclipse and CMake sucks...
>> I would prefer not program it myself because I have no desire to use
>> too much time on learning how to program GUIs /KDE.
>> But I do have programming experience (+5 y professional) in C++,
>> fortran, Perl and Python, so I believe I can test/bug-fix an initial
>> implementation based on some command line implementation (perhaps
>> based on csv, svn, git ?).
>> I have started to write a perforce plugin. I will try to make the source
> public some time this week. Will give you a heads up when i get round to it.
>> I am looking forward to your input - keep up the good work!
>> Best regards
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