Development, Git, Perforce

Git Off My Lawn – Large and Unmergable Assets

I posted up the Git talk myself and Andrew Fray did at Develop 2013 and mentioned I'd have a few follow up posts going into more detail where I thought it was probably needed (since you often can't get much from a slide deck and no-one recorded the talk). One of the most asked questions [...]

Conferences, Develop, Development, Git, Perforce

Git Off My Lawn – Develop 2013

Recently myself and Andrew Fray (@tenpn) presented "Git Off My Lawn" at Develop 2013 in Brighton. The talk was designed to discuss how we took a Perforce centric development process and moved over to one centred around Git and a Git based branching work flow. As with most presentations the slides tell half (or less) [...]


Installing P4 on Mac OS…

...because for some reason installing P4V doesn't install the command line tool (and I'm tired of having to Google it). Download the command line client from Perforce - Copy the downloaded file to /usr/local/bin/ Make the file executable by running the following in Terminal   cd /usr/local/bin/ chmod +x p4   Why Perforce can't [...]


NiftyPerforce and 64bit Perforce Installs

I'm not a big fan of Perforce but it has it's plus points and as a result we use it at work. One thing I don't use is Perforce's official Visual Studio SCC plug-in which I think it just trying to be too smart for it's own good. I do use NiftyPerforce though which is [...]