The perforce server keeps track of which files you pulled in last time. This is done so that, the next sync only brings in the files which have changes since the last sync, instead of all the files once again.To override this behavior, you need to use the -f option.The -f flag forces resynchronization even if the client already hasthe file, and overwriting any writable files.
This flag doesn'taffect open files.If you're using the command line client, you can run this command from the directory where you want to sync up: p4 sync -f.You might also want to check the list of opened files, since sync -f will not be bringing in changes corresponding to those files (even if you have deleted them).This command should list all the opened files: p4 opened.If you have any files listed in the above list, which you had deleted as well, you should revert them before running sync -f. P4 revert p4 sync -f.If you're using p4v, you could follow the steps mentioned by: 1. Right click the folder in your workspace2.
Choose `Get Revision` in the context menu.3. Choose `Get Latest revision`4. Check `Force Operation (replace file even if you already have the revision specified)5. Click on `Get Revision` button to fetch the files.To look at the list of opened files using p4v, you would have to look at your list of pending changelists. You should be looking in the default changelist, if you have not put the files in any speficic changelist. Right click on files that you see there that you had deleted earlier, and choose Revert. I've deleted all the files in my directory.
How can I get them back?One wrinkle to this that I just stumbled over is that if you remove the directory you can't just use p4 sync -f to get it back. I wanted a complete clean version of the directory so I did a: rm -rf directory1However when I did a p4 sync -f directory1 on it, it spits out: directory1 - no such file(s).What I found that works is to recover a file inside of the directory first: p4 sync -f directory1/some-fileYou will have to know the name of one of the files inside of the missing directory which you can get using: p4 files //depot/some/path/directory1/.Once you get one of the filenames, do: p4 sync -f directory1/some-fileThis should create the directory1 directory.
Then you can do a full sync inside of the created directory: cd directory1p4 sync -f.Hope this helps someone else.
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When you delete a file in Perforce, it creates a 'deleted' revision, but the archive file is still there.In the Perforce P4V GUI in the depot veiw, there is a filter symbol on top of the explore pane.Click on this and select 'Show Deleted Depot Files'.Find the file you want to restore and right-click on it. Select 'Rollback.'
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And revert it to the previous revision of that file (before it was deleted.)By default it will create a new changelist, be sure to select the one you want if you already have one.On the command line:p4 sync //depot/folder/subfolder/filename@changelist.
If you are running an older version of OSX, please click.If you are using the USB 2.0 version of the Saffire 6, no driver is required. Simply plug and play.If you are using the USB 1.1 version of the Saffire please download and install the driver below.If you are unsure whether your unit is the USB 1.1 or 2.0 version please check the text below the USB port on the back of the device.Fixes- Updated driver signing for use on Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite). This is a Mac only release.THIS VERSION OF THE DRIVER REQUIRES OS 10.9 or 10.10.