2013/1/12 Pete Wyckoff <p...@padd.com>:
> sh...@keba.be wrote on Thu, 10 Jan 2013 22:38 -0500:
>> I'm in a situation where I don't have P4 admin rights to use the
>> --preserve-user option of git-p4. However, I would like to keep user
>> information in the associated Git branch.
>> Would it be possible to add an option for this?
> The --preserve-user option is used to submit somebody else's work
> from git to p4. It does "p4 change -f" to edit the author of the
> change after it has been submitted to p4. P4 requires admin
> privileges to do that.
> Changes that are imported _from_ p4 to git do have the correct
> author information.
> Can you explain a bit more what you're looking for?
> -- Pete
Sorry I wasn't clear enough. When "git p4 submit" submits changes from
Git to P4, it also edits the Git history and replaces the Git commits'
authors by the information from the Perforce account submitting the
changes. The advantage is that both the P4 and Git repositories share
the same author information, but in my case I would like to keep in
the Git repository the original authors (because the P4 account I'm
using to submit to P4 is shared by all Git users).
Hope it makes more sense now :)
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