Now I meet new issue in run "easy_install P4PythonInstaller", error log
pasted at below:
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I have no idea about it, and searched the mail group, also no finding,
On Tuesday, January 15, 2013 2:12:14 PM UTC+8, xiuru...@163.com wrote:
> hi All,
> Our organization is using Perforce for version control, the P4 server is
> located a remote site and out of my control.
> Now I just want to try Review Board at my local site, to work togehter
> with P4 client for code review, the PC to install RB server is running
> Ubuntu 10.04.4.
> I got below questions:
> 1) is it possible to deploy a RB server a my local site and connnect with
> the remote P4 server? any change needed on the P4 server?
> 2) I am following the guideline at
> http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/dev/admin/installation/linux/ to
> do the installation of RB on my Linuxe server, however, I am not clear
> about what P4 component need to be installed on RB server, as required in
> below section, there are a lot of P4 components at
> http://www.perforce.com/downloads/complete_list, such as P4D, P4V, P4
> command line client, etc.
> To use Review Board with Perforce <http://www.perforce.com/>, you’ll
> first need to install *p4* some place in your web server’s path (usually
> /usr/bin). You can download this from the Perforce
> You’ll then need to install the Python bindings by typing the following:
> $ easy_install P4PythonInstaller
> 3) What change need to be made on the user's Windows XP PC? which is using
> P4V / P4Win to access source code files.
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