I'm on Linux and I found the site-packages, but I don't have any
directories under it, just the eggs.
I also tried: find / -name perforce.py
and that didn't come up with anything
On Aug 25, 12:22 pm, tag_98007work <tag98007w...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's located under reviewboard/scmtools. The full path for mine is: /
> reviewboard/scmtools. Obviously this is a Unix install. I'm not
> quite sure where it would be for windows. Does that help?
> On Aug 25, 11:50 am, RShelley <12gaugeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Where would perforce.py be located? I've hunted around and can't find
> > it.
> > On Aug 25, 9:28 am, tag_98007work <tag98007w...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I was having P4PASSWD issues until I patched the perforce.py file with
> > > the changes fromhttp://reviews.reviewboard.org/r/1537/diff/. After I
> > > patched the file
> > > I restarted the server (don't know if that's needed or not)
> > > On Aug 25, 8:56 am, RShelley <12gaugeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I've been struggling recently getting post-review to pick up the
> > > > P4PASSWD properly. We have post-review as part of a script and we
> > > > first run "p4 login -p" to get a ticket and then put that ticket in
> > > > the environment. Subsequent "p4 describe -P <ticket> <changelist>"
> > > > commands work fine, but post-review gives the "P4PASSWORD is invalid
> > > > or unset" error. I've tried everything I can think of. Is there any
> > > > way at all that we can get post-review to accept a "--p4-ticket"
> > > > argument and that can translate into "-P <ticket>" arguments on the P4
> > > > commands?- Hide quoted text -
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