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  1. Hi, - After our last fix, the plugin should support using Shared Libraries. Are you using the last version, right? https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-50284?focusedCommentId=370126&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels%3Acomment-tabpanel - I guess the current issue is not with the support for Shared Libraries but when this "Templating Engine" plugin is trying to use it? We can give it a try as we are not familiar with this plugin. Regards, Carlos.
  2. Hi, You can run a diff from the "Workspace Explorer" view but you actually want to see your pending changes, there is a specific fiew for that purpose. "Pending Changes" view in the Plastic GUI. This is the place where you can review your changes before checkin them. Regards, Carlos.
  3. Hi. The license auto-upgrade is only useful for subcriptions (specially monthly subscriptions). Yes, for the Personal license, you need to apply every year. You can always reach us at support@codicesoftware.com Regards, Carlos.
  4. Hi, - Please remove the "plasticd.lic.token" so your server doesn't try to download the license via auto-renew. It seems to be a problem downlading it: LicenseManager - Unable to download the remote auto-renewal license: The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found. - Manually copy your"plasticd.lic" in your "server" folder so it use the licens file instead of the token. Are using a evaluation license or commertial license? Should be your server license valid? I can also see the following message in the log so you may need to buy a new license (or download the right one from your user account at www.plsticscm.com). Limited by date evaluation license has expired. Expiration date 12/27/2019. Regards, Carlos.
  5. Hi Aki, There are different possibilities to import a git repo to Plastic: https://www.plasticscm.com/features/plasticscm-for-git-users - You can create a git fast-export package of your repo and then this package can me imported into Plastic. - You can use GitSinc. In order to use this option, your git repo should be located on a Git server. Regards, Carlos.
  6. Hi, - We were commenting this topic at: . Could you join this thread? I think you are facing the same issue, right? Regards, Carlos.
  7. Hi, - If you want diff file revisions not involving your local changes, open the history view and select the specific revisions to run the diff. The diff panel won't be editable. - If you want to diff any previous file revision (from any branch) with your current local workspace changes, please check my previous message. The diff panel is editable and you can perform changes directly from the diff view. - If you open a diff view and one of the revisions involved is the "Workspace revision", you will able to perform changes directly in the diff panel. Regards, Carlos.
  8. Hi, - I was refering to the the build panel when you set a specific changeset instead of a branch to build. - Did you perform any Bamboo, Plastic recent upgrade? We haven't released a new plugin plugin version for a long time. Anyway, we will give it a try. Regards, Carlos.
  9. Hi Frederic,Let's try the following:1. From the "Pending changes" view, right-click the file and click on "Diff revisions...". 2. Then, you should be able to diff workspace revisions with other:Regards,Carlos.
  10. The Plastic server version should be relevant. Only the plugin version, Bamboo version, and the Plastic client version. Have you recently upgraded any of them? What is your current Plastic client version installed in the Bamboo machine? Could you attach an screenshot of the Bamboo configuration panel: Plastic SCM selector... to review it? Regards, Carlos.
  11. Hi, If you open your branch explorer and switch your workspace to the desired branch, Plastic won't download any data (as it's already there). It may take some time for Plastic to go through all your local files to figure out that there is nothing new to download, but after that, your workspace will be pointing to this branch (the house icon pointing to this branch). Regards, Carlos.
  12. Hi, - Are you refering to the .meta files? They should be automtically handled by the Unity plugin. - If you mean some custom files, you can use a custom trigger. The trigger can run a "cm status --help" command to get the list of modified files on a specific workspace. Regards, Carlos.
  13. Sorry, but I don't properly understand this variant. Could you let us know the steps to reproduce? Or we can also arrange a meeting to review it. Regards, Carlos.
  14. You can open a Plastic diff using the following format. But this is only valid to open a diff view. plastic://showchangeset=cs:$changeset$@$repository$@$server$ But if you are using code reviews and you want to share links...you can use the webUI for that purpose. But it won't open the Plastic GUI but you would be using the web for handling the webUI workflow. Regards, Carlos.
  15. Hi, In your client machine, just install a regular Plastic client (not a cloud edition installation). The Jenkins plugin uses this client to perform the Plastic operations. You need to configure the client to point to "Organization@cloud" (instead of SERVER:port). Also please manually copy the "C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\plastic4\client.conf" to the client binaries installation path. This way, if your Jenkins server is running with a different user, it still uses the same Plastic client configuration. Regards, Carlos.
  16. Hi, In Gluon, every file revision can be pointing to a different changeset. You cannot switch the full workspace to a specific changeset (as you do with the Plastic GUI). This behavior is because the workspace structure is different in Plastic GUI vs Gluon. In Plastic GUI, the basic unit is the changeset and your workspace is always pointing to a specific changeset. On the contrary, in Gluon the basic unit is the file, so you can revert a file to a different version but not pointing your workspace selector to a specific changeset. If you find yourself using Plastic GUI to switch your workspace to switch to a different changeset, it's because your workflow fits better with the Plastic GUI workspace structure and I would avoid using Gluon. Regards, Carlos.
  17. Hi, It doesn't look like a good idea. At least, we haven't internally tested. You mau create a shortcut so it's pointing directly to the instalation path Regards, Carlos.
  18. Hi, In macOS, the user local configuration folder is stored at: /Users/xxx/.plastic4/plastic.workspaces Regards, Carlos.
  19. Hi, If you want to ignore a Plastic SCM Xlink, please use the following: [submodules] ignore.xLinkRepository = configToolPrototype Regards, Carlos.
  20. Hi, - Gitsync only allows to sync the full repo history in both ways Plastic <-> git. - Please, don't remove changesets in the Plastic repo (or somehow rewrite the repo history), as it could break the sync: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/gitsync/plastic-scm-version-control-gitsync-guide#GitSyncrestrictions - You can use the following configuration in the "gitsync.conf" to ignore Plastic XLinks or git submodules: eg: ignore.xlinkRepository = xlinkedRepo ignore.submoduleUrl = git@mygitserver/MySubmodule.git Regards, Carlos.
  21. Hi, Are you using a Plastic SCM on-premises server? In that case, there is available a WebUI where you can also manage the code reviews: http://blog.plasticscm.com/2018/09/webui-web-interface-for-plastic.html Regards, Carlos.
  22. Hi, This error message is normal if you are using the cloud. Don't worry. If you are not using an on-premises server, there is not webadmin (at "localhost:7178") your client can connect and that's the reason why you are getting this error message. Regards, Carlos.
  23. Hi, I'm afraid I haven't seen this issue in the past. You can try to remove Plastic from the system PATH and directly open it from the installation path. Please let us know if it helps. Regards, Carlos.
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