I tried with @all, but it didn'y work as expected. It imported a bunch
of revisions (but no files?) and ended with:
Reading pipe: ['git', 'config', '--bool', 'git-p4.importLabels']
Not checking out any branch, use "git checkout -q -b master <branch>"
executing git config --bool git-p4.useclientspec true
And when I tried to checkout Branch/Main, it failed with
fatal: Cannot update paths and switch to branch 'master' at the same time.
Did you intend to checkout 'Branch/Main' which can not be resolved as commit?
2013/7/5 Matthieu Brucher <matthieu.bruc...@gmail.com>:
>>> I can try. Indeed, at this revision, the two other branches do not yet
>>> exist. But @all will get everything? Last time, I only got head
>> Our P4 server has a limitation on the number of lines returned by "p4
>> changes" command, so sometimes I have to use @change_start,@change_stop
>> instead of @all. You might want to use this range limitation to test
>> git-p4 by limiting to a small number of changelists that allows you to
>> check if at least one branch is correctly detected.
> I didn't know about this. I wanted to start the cloning at some point
> in the past, that's why I used the @123456789 notation.
>>>> Also, by using that command it means that the following depot paths must
>>> Yes, they indeed do.
>> In this case the problem should not be in branchList configuration.
>>>> I've never used the --use-client-spec, so I'm not sure if that will not
>>>> break the branch detection code.
>>> I need to do that because if I don't, the depot is clobbed with
>>> binaries. Or perhaps if I put some .gitignore stuff, I might not do
>> Keep using it, at least for now. If everything else fails we can look at
>> this again.
> OK, I'll send a mail on Monday (forgot it was the week end tomorrow...)
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