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ID: 16715, p4jb - Perforce VCS Integration (1.0 beta)

by dani kenan Email: Anonymous

Preliminary release of an open source integration between perforce and jbuilder.
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Updated on Sun, 14 Oct 2001 16:13:08 GMT
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p4jb - Perforce-JBuilder integration

What is it?
p4jb is an open source opent tool that integrates the Perforce vcs into
JBuilder. It is currently in beta version. See for latest and extended information.


Installation is quite simple. Put the Jar file, p4jb.jar, into the
lib/ext subdirectory of your JBuilder installation. On Windows, this will
typically be C:\JBuilder4\lib\ext. JBuilder will need to be restarted before
the tool starts working.


1. Synch the files from Perforce, and open the JBuilder project.
2. Choose "Select project VCS" from the "Team" menu.
3. Select p4jb in the dialog, and click "ok".
4. If your environment has all the needed information skip to stage 5.
Choose "Configure p4jb" from the team menu.
If you get a message about a connection error, don't worry.
The error is due to p4jb trying to connect according to the
environment variable. You will fix that in this step.
You should now see the dialog that allows you to fill the
information needed to connect to Perforce. This dialog is per project.
Enter any info you need to overide the defaults and the environment.
5. You can start using p4jb from the context menu.


Copyright 2001, Dani Kenan (dani@danikenan@com)

This software is licensed under GPL.
For information see the "COPYING" file, or visit



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